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  • 'Device Free Dinner' calls out parents' poor tech etiquette
  • 'Device Free Dinner' calls out parents' poor tech etiquette
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'Device Free Dinner' calls out parents' poor tech etiquette

‘Phubbing’ – or phone snubbing – is a bad habit that’s typically associated with teens and social media addicts. But with research suggesting that parents are phubbing their kids at the cost of their happiness, a series of ads starring Will Ferrell is using black comedy to draw attention to the issue.

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