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Personal Relationship Communications Device

This device would be a transition from the previous idea of the Girlfriend tracker, while many of the technologies would be used in the new device, while this device would allow both parties to the relationship to track each other. This would include the print-out of telepathic data, GPS coordinates, surveillance video, and other information as available. This would help both parties t the relationship meld their activities and coordinate with each other for security and planning purposes of how their personal relationship is moving forward. The device would be a wrist computer, or could also be placed inside a coat, or viewed as a stand-alone device as a hand-held computer.

This device gets away from the one-way spying that results in the creation of surveillance detection environments that rely heavily on information security, such as individual isolation due to sociological echoes from someone else. While information security is still an importance with these devices, the sharing of information between the two parties of the relationship helps to minimize the sociological information because either individual can contact the other individual at any time and request help, say “I love you!”, or spy on themselves to create an illusion of deceit while working on a surprise.

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