Harlen Coben's Article 'The Under Cover Parent'

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In Harlen Cobens article ,” The Under Cover Parent” (2008) he suggests that parents should look into putting spyware on their teens devices.

In Harlen Coben’s article he say ,”You should simply trust your child.” (paragraph 6) By saying that, he says maybe by trusting your teen they would trust you also. Another example is when he says ,”Will your kid find other ways of communication when they realize your watching? Yes.” (Paragraph 12) This shows that no matter what you do, they will figure out something else out get around the spyware.

From my own experience with the internet I know to keep away from the bad things. I also know that all of my friends and I when using the internet are smart about it. Another example is just

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