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Is this ring the ultimate commitment or the ultimate invasion of privacy?

Gemporia Jewellery used current Bluetooth and GPS technology to give real-time location data to the watchful eye of your significant other. The Bluetooth chip is hidden away under the stone of the ring and is hardly noticeable once the stone is mounted on top of the chip.

Bennett has already designed two different prototypes, one with a massive square-cut diamond (featured below) and the other with a violet marquise-cut diamond. Both are fitted with the Bluetooth chip and can track the people who wear them to the ends of the earth.
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With the "fidelity ring" garnering a surprising amount of popularity, Bennett plans to put GPS devices in many more styles of jewelry. The next big plan for Gemporia is to develop a collection of children's jewelry so parents can keep an eye on their kids. Parents could make sure their children get to school safely or are at the slumber party they say they are. This is an untapped market that is just waiting to explode.

How do you feel about this James Bond-like engagement ring? Theft prevention does make sense but do the security benefits outweigh the creepy downsides? Let me know what you think by leaving your comments below!

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Source: Daily Mail
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