Most parents worry about whether their kids are safe online. Are they sharing too much personal information on Facebook? Chatting with some creepy older guy? Being cyber-stalked by their ex?
Hopefully not. But how do you know for sure -- and how far should you go to find out? One New Jersey police chief is offering seminars for parents, showing them how to install keystroke-recording software on their computers -- aka spyware -- so they can snoop on their kids'online lives.
Some parenting experts say that's going too far. Yes, you should know what your kids are doing online, TODAY Moms contributor Amy McCready says -- but you shouldn't have to sneak around and "steal" their passwords. Talk to your kids, and let them know you've got to have access to all their accounts. After all, who paid for that home computer and the internet access?
What do you think? How do you make sure your kids are safe: Do you snoop on your children online?