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To Watch or Not To Watch?

Millions of elderly people live alone, many far from family or others who might watch over them. One option emerging is that of using technology to help someone at a distance tell how things are going, using some sort of passive monitoring system. Systems ranging from Granny Cams to sensors and motion detectors are entering the market. We still have to figure out when and how to use them.

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