Some say that you should never let children play on your phone.
An innocent request to play Candy Crush can easily turn into an embarrassing message to your boss or an accidental selfie posted onto your work intranet. And with the robotic voice of Siri almost spurring kids to get up to mischief on their parents’ phone, it is unsurprising that one working mum fell foul after letting her daughter play on her phone.
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