they are deep in searching other stuff , parents should now and then try to see their teenage kids whats going on , they are quick to adapt what ever comes into their minds, yes we want them to have what they want but lets be on watch so many weird things happen out ther that could corrupt the mind of our kids.
I think its bad but you need to check what they are searching.For that you can install such software that can limit their access and search.
I wouldn't do it because it will inhibit their sleep patterns. Also, don't leave the computer on even in sleep mode. Something about it affects animals. I know of a cat who was locked up all day everyday in a room with a computer on while the owner went to work. Eventually the cat started to lose it hair in big clumps. Cats may be particularly sensitive. But I would create a separate space for their computer outside the bedroom. Just like watching tv in bed is bad, so is computer.
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