App turns kids’ passcodes into parents’ phone numbers
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In the age of the smartphone, there is very little need for people to learn each other's phone numbers. While the benefits of this are clear, there is one troubling consequence — many children don't know their parent's numbers off by heart in an emergency situation. Now, Missing Children Europe has created Remumber, a simple app that changes a child's lock screen pass code to their parent's number to help them to memorize it. To begin, users download the app and enter the phone number that needs to be learnt. Then, Remumber automatically changes the phone's passcode to that sequence.…
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