'Lord of the Flies' Style Show Raises Ethical Concerns

An upcoming reality show to air on CBS this fall in which 40 children live in an abandoned New Mexico mining town with no adult supervision "exploited loopholes" in state child labor laws and is arguably unethical, experts told ABCNEWS.com. The children, 8 to 15 years old, spent 40 days working on the set for up to 14 hours a day. There was no adult supervision, and no teachers on hand despite filming during the school year. According to the show's Web site, the kids of "Kid Nation," filmed in...Full Story
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