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The myth of parental controls

David Blaza
1/8/2011 00:53 AM EST

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Brian Fuller2
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re: The myth of parental controls
Brian Fuller2   1/8/2011 1:26:36 AM
David, I think the larger issue is not the Internet as much as it is "screen time." This is a generation that routinely has three screens going at once and has an tough time transitioning in the moment to human interaction (i.e. "clean up your freaking room!") I manage it manually (sometimes) by pulling the Comcast line. But that works only briefly until the kids jump on to a neighbor's un-protected wifi.

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