A new survey from AVG Technologies finds 60-percent of parents with teenagers are monitoring their kids' Facebook accounts. Globally, the number is 44-percent.

Also, significantly more parents in the U.S. "stay connected" with their children through social networks, when compared to other countries.

While the majority of "spying" parents admit they have minimal concerns about their teens' current Facebook actions, 40-percent believe Facebook and other social networks could affect their kids' job prospects in the future.

Meanwhile, some parents must go through certain obstacles to get a glimpse at their child's wall or timeline - whether it be creating a fake account, or using other people to do the monitoring. A recent survey from Kaplan Test Prep found 35-percent of teens ignore their parents' friending requests.

The question is - does Facebook monitoring count as spying, or just good parenting?