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Big Mother

Big Mother
 n.— «Advocates of parental spying say kids’ use of technology requires parents to keep up with gadgets of their own. Critics, however, have coined a term for the trend. Instead of Big Brother, they call such surveillance “Big Mother.” And what, they ask, ever happened to trust?» —“Big Mother” by Michael Blanding Boston (Masschusetts) May, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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