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.

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