Training your kids to be slaves.

“Really the only difference between an iPhone and an ankle bracelet [monitor] is that one is in your pocket,” says Oregon psychiatrist David Rettew, author of Parenting Made Complicated (Oxford University Press). Parents who insist their kids install the tracker are “sending a message that the child sort of needs to have adult electronic eyes on them at all times.” Kids may believe the world is so dangerous that they’re never safe without a minder, or that they aren’t trusted.

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