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Would you read your child's email?


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Freakette January 27, 2013

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No, not ever. People who go through their kids' emails just make me grimace. Do you not trust your kids that much? Gross. Stay away from my email and phone. Thank God my mom is smart enough to leave my things alone.


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Ayup_Yubecha July 18, 2012

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Yes! I think kids should have room for privacy and their own space, but email can be dangerous, reaching out to too many people without any control. I would never read a journal or diary, unless invited to, but email and texts are fair game.


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TSLGMom May 22, 2012

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I would if I felt something was going on, but I haven't had to yet. I would like my teen to have some privacy and trust.


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Kitri2779 May 11, 2012

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Yes, Yes, Yes!!!! They can have privacy when they grow up & move out!


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Turban71 March 1, 2012

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Yes. But... I am torn about it because she thinks it is a private channel. I told her it is not, but she still behaves as if it is. It tears me up what I read in it...


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Jayleen1 November 20, 2011

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My mom doesn't she actually trusts me being and our computer is in the living room she could watch me send an email. I don't care


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kskksk June 16, 2011

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I would and I do. That was the deal when he received his computer.


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annette26 March 29, 2011

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yes i would


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kede97 March 11, 2011

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i think one of the most important thing you need with your child is trust, and all childeren mainly teens need their privacy. i think all parents should respect that


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lovestudent March 7, 2011

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You may think but wat if they are doing something bad or dagerous well trust me we would tell you. And what if you were doing something bad on the computer would you want you child to see. no. and we don't want you looking at our stuff either.




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