Harlenn Coben The Undercover Parent

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On a daily basis, you might see teenagers texting on their phones or searching the web on their laptops, but have you ever imagine the possible dangers they could be in? Installing spyware on teens’ computers for the wrong purpose can lead to an increasing amount of problems such as the lack of trust and the invasion of privacy. In his persuasive essay,” The Undercover Parent,” (2008) Harlen Coben claims that parents should be able to monitor their children on the Internet as long as it is strictly for protection. Through the use of real-life examples, such as cyberbullying, pedophiles, and digital footprint, he encourages parents to provide a safe environment during their online experience. Coben warns us of the dangers on the internet in
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