The new bracelets allow civil rights and aid workers to trigger an alarm when at risk, e.g. of being kidnapped or killed. When activated, the bracelet uses phone and sat-nav technology to send messages to Facebook and Twitter. Messages include details of the wearer and their location when the alarm was activated.
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