Via Slashdot, an article from the English-language news site about Sweden thelocal.se: "Children concerned about parents' web habits":
Children in Sweden are becoming increasingly concerned by their parents' internet habits, according to a new report from Children's Rights in Society (Barnens Rätt i Samhället - BRIS). [Only in Sweden!]
Last year the organization dealt with 1,895 IT-related cases, up sharply on figures from the previous year. Further investigation revealed that more than 100 of the children who made contact with BRIS did so because they were in some way worried about their parent's behaviour on the internet.
Dads visiting pornographic websites represented the most common complaint, while philandering fathers were also a cause for concern.
"It seems that my dad is 'unfaithful'," wrote one 15-year-old boy.
"I read his MSN conversation log. I was just curious. And then I saw that he was talking to, like, young girls. And the disgusting part is that he's 53!
"And they talk about sex and how they're going to meet and everything. It makes me want to puke. It really makes me feel bad.
"I don't know if I should tell mum because I'm worried they'll get a divorce. Please, what should I do?"