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In a good example of journalese, the JapanProbe headline screams:
Aoyama Gakuin University forcing students to carry tracking devices
with a picture of an iPhone.
At least one of the commenters is alert and informed, and effectively counters the title’s hyperbole:

Comment by jikku

2009-05-17 18:34:27

The title of this article is misleading. The students of Aoyama Gakuin’s School of Social Informatics are allowed to use iPhone for attendance reporting, lecture podcasting and having online examination.They don’t have to carry it all the time and they don’t need permission to go off-campus. It just prevents 代返 (answering a roll call for another).

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