rocco“This is a subject that’s actually really important to me. Probably because I’m a police officer and a Dad,” said Detective Rocco Deperno during a conversation about GPS tracking. As an active detective, Deperno is more than familiar with GPS tracking through his work. Commonly used by law enforcement, GPS tracking is used primarily to track police vehicles as well as suspects in crimes. But what many people don’t know is that GPS trackers are being adopted by parents mainly to make sure their new teen drivers are being safe and responsible. 

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evesdropping_cellphones_080314_mnThe amount of information stored on a cellphone is staggering. Things like your whereabouts, call times, text message logs, not to mention names and phone numbers can all be accessed from your cellphone. Cellphone Spy Technology allows you to read deleted text messages. Cutting edge software can innocuously turn any smart phone into a GPS Tracker. The fast paced field of consumer surveillance technology may be too fast for tech-hungry spies. As with all technology, spy-gear often overtakes its users, leaving behind a myriad of ethical questions in its wake. The Brickhouse Security specialists are here offer three ways to employ cellphone surveillance that won’t weigh on your conscience.

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The explosion of the “sexting” trend has led to some pretty dire consequences. Just recently in Florida, Philip Alpert was arrested after the 18-year-old sent lewd pictures of his 16-year-old girlfriend to friends. He was charged and convicted with child pornography and is now listed as a sex offender.

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wall-street-journal-logo2“In the past, parents could only guess — and worry — about what their teens were doing behind the wheel.” The Wall Street Journal investigates tools and methods for teen tracking and driving. BrickHouse Security CEO Todd Morris gives his input on how parents can track and monitor their teens while they drive. Read the article here.

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fox-five-logoNew York, NY– Wednesday, October 10th, 2007, Fox 5 Morning Show contacted BrickHouse Security to be featured as an expert consultant and live show guest to speak candidly about the issues surrounding teen tracking and the technology now available to concerned parents and guardians. During the live broadcast, Todd Morris, CEO BrickHouse Security, demonstrated the products and provided some insight to the facts on both the parents and teenagers perspectives.

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