Throughout the years technology has accelerated. iPhones , Blackberry's, Nooks, Kindles etc , all can connect to the Internet. Some don't even require a router!
The devices are fluid and there is no stop for access to "unfiltered" information. This is great, but not for everyone.
Innocent children have access to the internet. This is a major problem. Research findings show that the greatest changes to the parts of the brain that are responsible for functions such as self-control, judgment, emotions, and organization occur between puberty and adulthood. Yet children are reading the same information adults have.
Like alcohol to a drunk, the information pours in and all kinds of ungrounded ideas swim.
The American public needs to be keenly aware, just like a driver's license age or the age restriction for alcohol, unfiltered information needs its own boundary.
Parents, do you have boundaries for your kids or are they victims? Mark my words, the need to restrict information to the innocent mind, is as important as keeping them from a drink until they're 21.