al1334 wrote :
> Can we say, "stalker?"
> If you don't trust your partner that much that you revert to stalking, then
> end the relationship. That's not a healthy relationship if you feel you
> have to track their every move just to make sure they are not cheating on
Actually following someone would make you a stalker.GPS wouldn't be used to track their every move but if your significant other is acting suspect you can use GPS to check on them in a particular instance.If you find out that they are being unfaithful then the product worked excatly as it should.If not, then you have taken away any doubts that you have without causing a rift of trust in your relationship.GPS can be used to track someones every move like one reader comments about working for a company that uses them in their company vehicles.They have a monetary concern for using GPS which is a understandable by anyone who knows how difficult it is to find good emplyees.However, if you are a concerned boyfriend or girlfriend that use GPS to track them everywhere they go then yes that has some stalker qualities.Using it for a once in a blue moon scenario GPS can be very helpful and less time consuming then physically following someone.