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(Pacific Standard Magazine)   New study shows massive jump in amount teenagers are willingly sharing online, growing amount of yelling at their parents for looking at the information, plus an increase in door slammings   (psmag.com) divider line 4
    More: Scary, Internet privacy, social context, First Monday, focus groups, Pew Research Center  
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2013-05-22 10:02:18 AM
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Petey4335: As some 19y/o who met his future wife in the mid 90's when she was 15 on a local BBS, yeah, I'm all up on my teenage daughter's phone/computer/nook and what she is doing and trying help her keep things private as much as possible, thankyouverymuch. I can't keep it all private, but at least I can teach her how to avoid stupid mistakes that can haunt her the rest of her life.


Like marrying a fifteen year old she met on the internet?
2013-05-22 11:20:29 AM
1 votes:
Old people:
-don't want to share that much
-only want to share it with family and close friends

Young people:
-want to share anything and everything
-want to share it with everyone except close family
2013-05-22 10:36:50 AM
1 votes:

marleymaniac: In my house, you slam the door, the door is removed. Only has to happen once for them to learn!


This. You don't slam doors in my house unless you contribute to the mortgage.

/Hint: I pay the mortgage
2013-05-22 10:17:39 AM
1 votes:
In my house, you slam the door, the door is removed. Only has to happen once for them to learn!
 
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