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Here's The Problem With Those Apps That Make Teens Return Parents' Calls

5 monthes ago   |   By Scary Mommy

Recently, an article about a controversial app that allowed a parent to control a teen's cell phone remotely was making the rounds again in my news feed. The “Ignore No More” app was designed in 2014 by Houston mom Sharon Standifird and allowed parents to remotely disable a cell phone if their teen hadn't returned their call or text in a timely manner.
“If your children ignore your repeated calls and text messages to reach them, you simply lock their phones until they call you back,” said the description of the app. “When you lock your child's phone with Ignore No More your child has only...
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