Apparently. Perhaps that's where they learned.
Let me use the opportunity to just say one other thing that rather concerns me and is the reason that pushed Justice for Children and Youth to look for a rebuttable presumption. That is that, while on the one hand one would hope that young people in a happy family can benefit from the guidance of their parents, what you don't want is to drive kids to the point where they won't tell their parents what they're doing because they're afraid. Many of the charges that we're aware of that get laid currently are because the parents complain to the police.
It's the driving underground of the behaviour that I earlier referred to as seeking out of information and being willing to disclose, but that's an additional concern that reveals itself in the way young people describe their behaviour as well. They're very careful and self-protective about it.