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  • Kids aren't happy about their parents' tech usage
  • Kids aren't happy about their parents' tech usage
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Kids aren't happy about their parents' tech usage

“Put your phone down when I’m talking to you!” This might sound like a parent talking to their child, but new research shows that it's actually what kids want from their parents. And by understanding the expectations around tech use around the house, products can better support family values.

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