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Cell phones have evolved from the standard and practical means they once consisted. They were previously used only for calling purposes, but now, they are used to text, video and voice record, take pictures, log onto our email accounts, browse the internet, and play games. Technology has also advanced in terms of using cell phones as a way of tracking one another. Specifically, parents use cell phone tracking as a way of keeping an extra eye on their kids. Cory Doctorow's book, Little Brother, delves into the concept that parents are willing to push aside their children's privacy and let in government control. However, Doctorow believes that children are entitled to their privacy no matter what the case may be.