Um, so "yes", spying on your kids IS legal, ImnotJesus. Strange thing about the constitution. There's this organization called the "Supreme Court" that continually refines and interprets what the... Ver más...
Um, so "yes", spying on your kids IS legal, ImnotJesus. Strange thing about the constitution. There's this organization called the "Supreme Court" that continually refines and interprets what the founding fathers meant and intended. As the Supreme Court sees it, parents have rights and obligations too. These rights trump your morale reprehension of "spying". Don't want to? Don't. Think it's necessary? Then do. The tools are out there and there's no legal issue with it (hence the reason why they're on the market). Now, Verizon -- where's the tool from you? Background information: In the early 1920s, the United States Supreme Court first reviewed the rights, liberties and obligations of parents to direct the upbringing of their children. Two important decisions, Meyer v. Nebraska and Pierce v. Society of Sisters, established a legacy which was followed by a series of decisions holding that parenting is a fundamental constitutional right, and among "the basic civil rights of man." Choices about marriage, family life, and the upbringing of children are among those rights the Court has ranked as "of basic importance in our society," and as sheltered by the 14th Amendment, cannot be usurped. << This thread will be locked as it is nearly three years old.  Please start a current discussion to continue the conversation. >> Message was edited by: Verizon Moderator