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we don’t know what you’re talking about. Cyberbully law in Illinois allows full support students to hand over their social media passwords if the school suspects the child of bullying. First of all, parents love you all, but I think parents can sometimes be in denial of what their children do.

I was bullied in school when I was a child. I had a low tolerance for bullying, so my child needs to feel safe or have proof that they’re being bullied. First of all, the law says they can bypass the parents to log into their accounts without the parents’ approval. I feel you should at least get the parents involved and let the parents know.

If the parents are saying that it is not my child, you can go to another measure. They’re trying to do something against cyberbullying. I see it every day and it’s horrible. There should be more things to prevent cyberbullying. I don’t think it is the way for your kids to keep enough privacy. What do you think when they’re only 18?

When you’re 18, you have grown-up and you’re an adult. You can vote and you’re on your own. You’re going to a college or whatever. I have an app on my phone called a beautiful teen safe which will get all of your teens phones. If you pay for the phone, you will know all of the texts, emails and websites they go to at any time. I can check in with them.

I am not kidding. There is a tragic story in Florida. The girl was bullied online and killed herself. I think that snooping is a higher priority than the privacy of a teenager hacking into their Twitter account and deleting it.

If it’s a true cyber bully. They’re going to make another account and keep doing it. I’ve wrestled with the concept of going off all social media. I think it’s an interesting and great choice. My baby who’s two now will grab the phone and say not to open the laptop if I take out my phone while we’re either coloring or watching Tinkerbell or frozen.

She will say that don’t take my eyes away from her because she’s my baby. She wants herself to have my full attention. They’re right. When my other kids were born, there were no iPhones. IPhones have ruined our lives because we want to record every single moment.

Whenever I pull out my phone or camera or anything, my niece and nephew will take it from me. That’s the only thing they want to play. They will talk to me. It changes the way we relate. We’re going to take a break. we’re going to come back with more.

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