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  • Kids Don't Deserve Total Privacy

    Adults, not children, deserve total privacy. Giving a child total privacy simply welcomes in bad situations and problems. Parents need to actively monitor their children to a slight degree without being overly intrusive. Being overly intrusive comes with its own consequences, so parents need to tread carefully when it comes to their child's privacy.

  • Kids Should not have Total Privacy for Safety Concerns

    No, children should not have total privacy for safety reasons. A child does has a reasonable expectation to limited privacy, but not total. A parent should be able to know what a child is generally doing with their time, as a child does not yet have the mental capacity to accurately assess dangers.

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