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4. You buy your teen a new cellphone. Your plan includes the option to sign up for GPS tracking that allows you to know your teen's location at any moment. You decide to:

Get the GPS tracking, tell him and give him the option of turning it off.

Recoil at the thought of becoming Big Brother and violating your teen's privacy, destroying any trust you may have.

Get the GPS tracking, but keep it a secret.

Get the GPS tracking, tell him, but don't disclose that you've also embedded a tracking chip in his favorite shoes.