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  1. No, I don’t think your parents or boyfriend/girlfriend should have your password to your phone because you should have your privacy so should they.

  2. We’ve lost another. More black people have been killed and regardless of race, or intent, a man’s actions should never go unpunished while the family grieves over a future lost. In all of American history, murder is deemed a vile and punishable act that can be neither repaired nor amended (as sourced by https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8587464). However, a terrible transition has occured: murder is no longer based on the effects and malicious origin of deed, but it is rather who you are. A person’s standing should not affect the heinous crime commited. Any person, no matter who, should attest for their sins and rise to their responsibility.

  3. In my opinion, I don’t think that your parents or associates should have the password to your phone. I say that because we need our privacy, and so do they. If they have the right to our password we should have their’s as well. They should have enough trust in us as we have in them.
    -Mujahid Hamzah

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