Have you cast a glance? Had a sneaky peek? Spied on your children's emails, texts and Facebook messages?
Six out of 10 parents admit they regularly read snoop on their kids because they believe it is necessary to keep tabs on who their children engage with online.
A new study also found one in 10 parents have gone as far as finding out their son or daughter's password, despite their offspring's best attempts to keep it from them.
But, as a result, one in three parents have been racked with guilt after hacking into their child's email or Facebook account, according to the survey of 2,000 parents of youngsters aged 10-17.