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News and how about this a new study from Pew Research Center. Examining how teenagers and parents navigate screen time, a device distractions a majority of teens feel that they, need to cut back. On their use most parents agree that tear teen, spend too much time using their phones as well but a significant number of parents feel that they too need to dial, it back here CBS technology consultant Larry Magid this study confirms the belief that a lot of people are concerned about spending, too much time You think their devices a majority of, teams feel that, they need to cut back and two thirds of parents agree but about a. Third of the parents agree that they too need to cut back one more thing. In this study teenagers believed that their parents cell cellphone gets in the way of their. Relationships with