The Globe and Mail has an interesting article discussing the lengths at which parents will go to keep tabs on their teens. Increasingly parents are turning to high tech devices and software to keep track of what is going on in their kids lives. From installing spyware on their cell phones to buying cars that allow them to control the volume of the stereo and limit the speed at which young drivers can travel, parents are employing all sorts of measures in an attempt to keep their kids safe. Is it all necessary? Or is it more important to spend the time teaching your kids right from wrong? You be the judge.