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Some feel that parents who monitor their children on social networks is too invasive, while others feels this is the right thing to do to protect kids from online predators or scams. So what do the listeners of “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” say? Listen below to find out.

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6 thoughts on “Is Parental Monitoring Of Social Networks A Lack Of Trust Or Protection? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

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    I think parental monitoring for kids under 12 is a requirement, kids 12-18 a strong suggestion, 18 and up a light suggestion (they should know that sexting and inappropriate comments will cost them jobs or even admittance to college).

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