I have two teenagers, and I was actually considering getting new cellphones for them that track where they are. Basically this is because I'm scared shitless that a young man is interested in my daughter, and she's only 14, and not as communicative as she should be. So, I called US Cellular yesterday and inquired. The girl told me that US Cellular isn't offering this feature at this time. I asked why, since I'd heard that this was the new thing for parents. She said because of privacy issues, since husbands and wives also might use this. The problem these days is that all the kids have a cellphone, and the parents no longer get to answer the phone like in the old days. The kids are texting, sexting, and the parents don't have much of a clue as to who is interested in their daughter anymore. And, we keep in touch with our kids by cellphone. I think tracking exactly where they are is a fair option for parents to have to keep the kids honest. So, what do you all think? I can understand them not wanting to offer it to adults on the same plan, but it makes sense for parents of teenagers, in this fast paced society, to be able to know their offspring's whereabouts.