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>"Minute-by-minute, footstep-by-footstep tracking of children is all too easy and enticing. But everyone's a prisoner in the parental panopticon."
>"Minute-by-minute, footstep-by-footstep tracking of children is all too easy and enticing. But everyone's a prisoner in the parental panopticon."
I can’t believe how much time, effort, and anxiety tracking your kids, partner, or even cat would be! It’s one thing if a parent wants to monitor their own child’s activity (it’s your family’s business and choice), but when it crosses over into monitoring someone else’s child’s data without their parental consent, then that’s where I draw the line. “Intrusive surveillance has become a parental rite of passage in America. But the parental panopticon is not a mark of maturity and responsibility but rather of paranoia, distrust, and devolvement.”
I can’t believe how much time, effort, and anxiety tracking your kids, partner, or even cat would be! It’s one thing if a parent wants to monitor their own child’s activity (it’s your family’s business and choice), but when it crosses over into monitoring someone else’s child’s data without their parental consent, then that’s where I draw the line. “Intrusive surveillance has become a parental rite of passage in America. But the parental panopticon is not a mark of maturity and responsibility but rather of paranoia, distrust, and devolvement.”
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