The new Windows 10 operating system has a new feature that emails parents a weekly report on their children's online activity, by default. Business Insider reports that a lot of parents aren't happy about this. The main complaint is Microsoft should not turn this on by default, but rather, notify people with family accounts about it and let the parents decide if they want to turn it on or not.

Parents are sent information on things like the websites their kids visited, apps they used, and how many hours they spent online. Some critics are saying this "creepy" feature is disrespectful of children's privacy, even if the intention is good. However, others find this a valuable tool, considering how parents are told to be aware of what their kids are doing online and who's trying to talk to them. So, what do you think?

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