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Good Read: Should You Spy On Your Children's Online Activities?

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The writer asks an important question:

"Our children are growing up in a world that has established they can be spied on by governments, Google and social media. Their homes are the last battle line away from the eyes of Big Brother. So do we really want to deprive them of any notion of privacy? And within that tiny privilege, the freedom to express themselves in the way that children always have?"


It is impossible to resist the temptation to snoop on your child when he has left Facebook open on your computer. Once the moment of confusion subsides, and you realise the world has not gone mad, what harm could possibly come from peeking, ever so briefly, down the the rabbit hole of Teenage Wonderland?

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