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Parents need to understand, monitor smartphone apps their kids are using

9:56 PM, Mar. 23, 2013
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Remember when social media was passing notes to friends in class? Messages contained selectively chosen words, and often, circle "yes" or "no."

"You were very restrictive on what you were going to write and, just on the chance the teacher intercepts it or somebody else intercepts it, you don't want that to become public," said Jason Weber, Town of Menasha Police Department community liaison officer. "And you're writing that down, which is permanent."

Smartphones, which provide access to the world, are the 21st century equivalent of passing notes, but without a watchful eye. ...

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