Thanks to research by Lab42, we’ve finally got a sense of why parents flock to Facebook almost as much as their children. The big reveal? A lot of them are doing it to “spy”–which, of course, is a term we use loosely. Perhaps it’s a practical way of parenting in our digital age: a way to gather information and look out for the people you love. What do you think? Is “Facebook parenting” a good (or fair) way to keep an eye on children?