Father draws the line against on-line nudity, sexting and self-destruction

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Should you cyber snoop on your family? It’s an ongoing debate among parents. One father was disgusted and furious when he discovered a much older boy had sent his 7th grade daughter a nude picture of himself.

After that, he became much more active in policing his kids' social media accounts. He says " as a parent, if you pretend that this is not going on in your kid, you are completely out of the loop."

About 43 per cent of parents admit to occasionally cyber-snooping on their kids.

Rich DeMuro reports on the methods one father used to become a personal digital detective.

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