Beware Teens, Your Parents Can Now Control the Internet

Beware Teens, Your Parents Can Now Control the Internet

VexBox bogs down Internet connection speeds to limit digitally-obsessed teenagers

Simone Spilka
  • 2 february 2015

“Digital grounding” is a consequence for teenagers who are on the Internet and don’t want to listen to their parents. A young person’s attachment to their smart devices is an increasingly universal phenomenon, and managing that relationship is a frustration heard by many head of households. At least this was the finding of Sean ORiordan, a stepfather to a high-school aged student and Founder of VexBox, a device used to curb arguments about homework and social networks.

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