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8 January 2018 By Jennifer Saba

Jana Partners and pension giant CalSTRS want the company to give parents better controls over their kids’ iPhones. It’s an unusual issue for an activist, and apps from Facebook and Snap would make better targets. But focusing on Apple shows how much technology has lost its halo.

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