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Trace A and Locate launched its mobile phone tracking service on 14th October 2003. The press coverage that accompanied this was extensive with articles in The Sun, Metro (London's free newspaper) and Evening Standard all reporting the news it was now possible for the public as well as the police to track a mobile phone. Our survey of mobile phone usage by teenagers also appeared in The Daily Express and Daily Record. The launching of Trace A Mobile service was also featured on Simon Mayo's Radio 5 Live show and numerous local radio stations. The Daily Mirror ran special feature on mobile location and we helped provide a tracking service for the celebrity fun runners for the BBC in the Flora London Marathon and Great North Run. We also provided phone location for LBC radio for Chrysalis's Radio Riders charity bike ride. More recently Sky News interviewed us about mobile tracing technology in the hunt for missing Madeleine McCann. Click here for our You Tube interview video clip with CEO Jonathan Cook.

Mobile Hacking Is Not Mobile Tracking

There has been much media coverage about the News International phone hacking scandal which centred around journalists from News Of The World and other British newspapers hacking the voicemails of celebrities. Hacking is not the same as tracking a mobile, although it has been alleged a number of journalists have accessed mobile tracking data directly from the networks by using the cooperation of the police. This is because the police can access mobile tracing records directly from the Telecom Network Operators. The mobile location market is tightly regulated and so far the Levenson enquiry has not shown there have been any breaches or any stealth mobile tracking.

The Sun - Mobiles find Kids article

Metro - Mobiles track down errant offspring

Evening Standard - Mobile Phone Tracking Article

Daily Express - Mobiles for Toddlers

Daily Record - Mobile Phones for Kids

Daily Mirror - Mobile Phone Tracking

BBC Radio Riders - Mobile Phone Trace

Chrysalis Radio's 10th anniversary cycling challenge is launched, London to Newcastle, via Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. In 5 days. By 6 riders. By bike! 350 miles, 5 cities, 9 Specialized road-racing bikes, up the Chiltern Hills, over the Pennines, more than 200,000 used calories and metres and metres of Lycra…

To celebrate Chrysalis Radio's 10th anniversary year, Chief Executive Phil Riley launched an ambitious charity event, riding from London to Newcastle via every city in which Chrysalis Radio broadcasts, all in a 5 day period. Joining Phil on the ride were 5 staff cyclists including London's John Legg, Birmingham's Jim Thompson, Manchester's Vaughan Hobbs, Leeds' James Walshe & Newcastle's Matt McClure.

Flora London Marathon uses Trace a Mobile

For the 2004 Flora London Marathon the BBC signed up with Trace A Mobile to fit mobile tracking phones with the following ten celebrity fun runners, Ranulph Fiennes, Chris Parker, Gordon Ramsay, Lorraine Kelly, Nell McAndrew, Richard Dunwoody, Tony Audenshaw, Michel Roux and Graham Gooch so that their position could be displayed on an on screen map.

BBC - Great North Run Uses Mobile Phone Trackers

Once again the BBC used us to track the fun runners participating in the 2004 Great North Run.



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