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“Device Aims to Calm The Family Battles Over Screen-Gazing”
By Walter S. Mossberg, Personal Technology Editor
Wall Street Journal – Thursday, July 10, 2003
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Time's Up, Young Gamer: Mom's Stand-In Cuts Off the Juice
By MICHEL MARRIOTT, New York Times - July 10, 2003
What's a parent to do? Children are spending more time
with the TV than with their schoolwork.
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The Guard Card
By Robert Moritz, Technology Editor
PARADE -- Sunday, August 3, 2003
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5/06/04
CALIFORNIA MOTHER PULLS THE PLUG ON TOO MUCH TV

AMERICAN FORK, UT, May 6, 2004 – Almost half of American children between the ages of eight and 12 have a television set in their bedroom. In that regard, Nancy ’s son wasn’t unusual. But by the age of thirteen, it was clear that something had to change.

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10/29/03
TIME-SCOUT™ MONITOR OFFERS SOLUTION TO CHILDREN'S OVEREXPOSURE TO MEDIA

AMERICAN FORK, UT – Oct. 29, 2003 — Preschoolers spend as much time in front of the television or computer as they do playing outside -- three times longer than they spend reading, according to a study released Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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7/28/03
New Time-Scout Device Controlling Children’s Video Gaming, TV Watching, and Personal Computer Overuse is Available Now

AMERICAN FORK, UT, July 28, 2003 — Technology innovator Card Access, Inc., today commenced customer shipments of its new Time-Scout™ Monitor. Patent-pending Time-Scout easily, fairly and consistently monitors and controls the time children spend using video game consoles, TVs, personal computers and other electronic devices.
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