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Since noone seems to know this The only way for this to happen is if both devices are registers to The same personal Apple id so either op is using The mothers id or The other way around, this is The id that has your billing info and is used when you buy stuff on itunes and The app store....in either case op either has same access to the mothers usage or has given The mother The password to a personal user id

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Well then its time you started using Whatsapp. Not that its anymore secure, but you cant link it to another device.

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Draw a map of your home and draw a big red circle in your parents room. Take a picture and send it to a friend who is in on the joke. Then you can start sending private texts.

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Don't really see this happening with a droid.. Plus it won't do any good with net savy parents.. A simple trick past that is to use apps such as: Kik, Text+, Pinger..

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Words from a true 100% goody goody. I don't care if I'm talking about kitties and feed Africa. Children I don't know someone reading it behind my back.

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I think that's a little overboard and an invasion of privacy. I wouldn't want my parents reading my texts, not because I say or do anything they wouldn't approve of, but because it's just nosy to me to read someone's messages.

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I agree. I think that with modem technology, parents have a better idea of there kids are doing bad things or talking badly. However, it probably sucks for you

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then the mom would be a real pervert for not either stopping it when she first saw it or unlinking the devices.

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Whether or not they have something to hide is irrelevant. OP's mom is invading their privacy which is just wrong.

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assuming her mom bought the phone and pays for the plan its well within her limits as a parent to read texts.

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I agree with 91. Plus, if OP is under 18 and still living at home then there is no such thing as invasion of privacy. Now if OP is paying her own cell phone bill that's one thing, but probably not. I don't know where this invasion of privacy came from with this generation. If you're under 18, living at home and mommy and daddy pay your bills - you have no privacy!

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Actually, according to the law, minors have no rights of privacy. Socially, it's a different matter...

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