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Lori Hazelip didn't leave much to chance when her daughter, Emily, now 16, first ventured into the digital world that makes up such a large part of a typical American teenager's life. Early on, the Bakersfield, California, mom had her daughter sign a contract outlining the family's digital dos and don'ts.
Hazelip knows her daughter's logins and passwords.
"I used to heavily monitor her, and she knows I can and will randomly check," said Hazelip, who describes her daughter as "pretty open about where she goes" online.
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