Should Children Be Banned From Childlike Behavior?

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Yesterday the Times Online has an interesting article about a coalition of children’s charities “urging ministers to make it illegal for companies to trawl Facebook and other social networking websites for information on prospective recruits.” One of the campaign leaders suggested that teenagers should not have digital records of their you used against them when applying for jobs.

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