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Texting codes your Kids and teens don’t want you to know

You will see your kids playing with their phones and other gadgets all the time. At times, you might wonder what they are up to. Recent article by Yahoo.com shows how Kids are becoming creative in using codes to hide the contents of their conversation from parents

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Yahoo.com lists codes the kids are using that you may want to be aware of from Cool Mom Tech’s cheat sheet. It highlights characters commonly used to conceal activity from mom and dad, a sampling of which includes:

PIR = Parent in room
PAL = Parents are Listening
AITR = Adult in the room
PAW = Parents are Watching
PA or PA911 = Parent Alert
CD9 or Code 9 = Parent around
99 = Parent gone
303 = Mom

But even if you do happen to catch your child pecking out such teen speak, don’t freak. “Simply say, I know [potentially inappropriate] communication happens and I want you to know that I’m going to be checking in on you,” says Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) program manager Denise DeRosa. “Tell your child, ‘If I find out that you’re engaging in inappropriate behavior, you will lose privileges.’”

The point, she insists, isn’t to punish but to prompt a dialogue. “The most important thing is to talk to kids about what they’re doing online,” she says. “You don’t want them to feel like they always have to be hiding things. The more overbearing you are, the faster they’ll find a new way to make sure you don’t see what they’re doing.”

Source Yahoo.com

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