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Denise Culver Journalist/Homeschool Mom Magnolia, US

Absolutely. The rule in my house is that until you're 18 or paying your own bills, what happens in this house is my business. And that means I own your computer, phone, etc. Kids do not understand the permanence or the consequence that writing something on Facebook can have. Many adults don't, so how can kids possibly know? Kids do not have an inalienable right to privacy, nor should they. They need to be protected from themselves and, more importantly, they need to be protected from the dangers of the Internet, which is both a mighty blessing and a mighty curse.

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