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05-01-12, 04:12 AM #1
Parents buying teens anti-texting devicesWhile the car is moving, the devices lock the mobile phone.To Live Is To Eat
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05-02-12, 12:35 AM #2
That sounds like a great app. Unfortuantley, a lot of teens are tech savvy, and could probably deactivate the app fairly easy. I still see it as a step in the right direction.Wiping the turds of humanity from the ass of society from 1600 to midnight.
05-02-12, 07:28 AM #3
I see it as a tool rather than a step. As with all tools, they can be used well or poorly - in so far as this is used to correct bad behavior in good kids it'll be a success. It'll fail miserably with bad kids and half decent kids with parents who checklist their parenting with tech bandaids. The success of this, which is just a modified content filter, depends the hard work of the parents in previous years.
As a mechanism to help good parents in their task, a highly useful tool. May its use save lives and prevent much harm.
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