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Tons of Teens Want Parents to Track Them

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According to a survey teens actively want their parents to track their locations using tech like Apple’s Find My and third-party apps like Life360.

More broadly, the survey reports on Gen Z – representing those aged 11 to 26 – being more anxious than previous generations, and having a different mindset to location tracking …

The WSJ suggests this is due to a combination of anxiety and closer relationships between teens and their parents.

As the first true digitally native generation grew up sharing their location with their parents, Gen Z naturally became accustomed to the benefits it provided – convenience, safety, freedom – and they remain the generation most likely to share their location with a parent (56%).

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