I can't believe how many days it has taken me to get truly concerned about this. Jonah Falcon, I say, playfully, "Did you get a little something in your email from someone named M? I can type and send email, that's it. Also, I'm so relieved that the possible other, darker scenario isn't true--we are not going to be a statistic in "Newsweek," it seems--that I'm practically giddy. What's Working:
Even if you have your child's email password, they can just get a Gmail account, or seven, for all the mail they don't want you to see.
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Just then, my older daughter, who is twenty-three and lives in her own apartment, stops in with her old high school friend, another lovely young woman, for a visit. What's the difference between that and sending a picture of your penis over the Internet? Bye," I say. Most of the parenting industry tells us parents that civil liberties do not apply vis a vis our children and the computer. Jonah Falcon, At