Sunday, May 28, 2006

Parents keep tabs on kids the high-tech way

From the CEC Smart Brief:

New cell phones with global positioning systems allow parents to track a child's whereabouts. Child psychologists say such oversight is fine, as long as parents openly discuss the monitoring with their children. The Washington Post (free registration) (5/28)

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