From clearing their browser history to creating private eMail addresses, teens are increasingly leveraging their tech-savvy skills to hide their online activities from their parents, reports the Great Falls Tribune. More than 70 percent of teens said they have tricks for deceiving their parents about their online habits, up from 45 percent of teens in 2010 who said they used such tricks, according to a Teen Internet Behavior study released last week by McAfee, the online-security tech company. By contrast, many parents said they feel overwhelmed and unable to keep up with technologies, with 23 percent saying they have thrown...

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