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(CNN) – Tricia Norman thought she was being a conscientious mom, keeping tabs on her daughter's social media accounts.
But like many parents, she found monitoring online communications was getting harder with things constantly changing.
The growing trend of apps such as Snapchat and Ask.Fm, where messages easily disappear, have raised alarms; many are concerned they could be used to hide sexting or inappropriate posts.
And it's not just parents, they're a problem for law enforcement, too. Especially when something goes terribly wrong.
CNN's Sara Ganim reports.
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The Lead with Jake Tapper draws not only on Tapper’s deep knowledge of politics and national issues, but also seeks to examine and advance stories across a wide range of topics that demonstrate his own curiosities and interests. Compelling headlines come from around the country and the globe, from politics to money, sports to popular culture, based on news drivers of the day.
The Lead with Jake Tapper airs weekdays at 4 p.m. ET.
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