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Oct 15 '20 at 18:32 comment added stan @MichealJohnson this child is a toddler. My toddler wanted to sleep with no pants on last night in a 14C room. Of course I wouldn't trust my toddler to drive youtube by themselves. They have no idea what's good for them.
Nov 24 '16 at 13:12 comment added Micheal Johnson There are different ways of doing things though, even though they all impose the same level of restriction. Saying "don't watch any of the videos in the sidebar" implies full trust, saying "we've installed a parental filter and we can see what videos you've watched" implies reasonable trust, and saying "we've removed the input devices from the computer so you can't click on any other videos" implies no trust. There's a big difference in the effect that these will have.
Nov 23 '16 at 23:05 comment added wonderwall Kids always feel things when you do not allow them to do the stuff they want to do. If we keep thinking about this then we should also not stop them from smoking, drinking, driving and etc.
Nov 23 '16 at 14:37 comment added Micheal Johnson Disabling the mouse/trackpad may make the child feel mistrusted or at least frustrate them.
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