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What a parent worries about...
Thu 14 Feb 2008, 09:51 AMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Sometimes my kids use my computer, and I am always a bit wary. Besides the possibility of their downloading a virus along with a game or something of that nature (and they have been told fairly clearly what they may and may not download), there is the question of what sites they may be accessing, what images they may be seeing. After all, while the content probably won't harm them (I am a liberal, and we don't worry about such stuff, right?), you have to watch out for things that could become an obsession. And so it happens. My 17 year old was on my computer this morning, and this is the image he had up. Where have I gone wrong?
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What has been said:
666.1. Wild BIll (14/02/2008 08:10)
666.2. jonvon (02/14/2008 08:50 AM)
nice work all around...
666.3. Julian Woodward (15/02/2008 00:49)