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5 tech industry moguls who raise their kids nearly tech-free

Just because someone works in Silicon Valley doesn't mean they'll be a techie parent. In fact, some of the highest-profile executives in the tech world, including former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and current Apple CEO Tim Cook, take surprisingly low-tech approaches to raising their kids. The approach stems partly from tech parents realizing the power of the products they create, and knowing large doses of those products aren't necessarily good for growing brains.
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