As a adult myself, can take care of myself but children is different. Your network is all over the news, but the story isn't PSN is the place to play games this summer; Instead it's "An innocent game of Fifa has gone awry, Billy was working on his corner kick when he received messages from "Sally"" The Xbox One and PS4 have parental controls, hell I'm pretty positive the 360 had them too.
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but it's obvious that many don't, and while that's bad PR for any company, it doesn't mean they can't be active in actually being a solution to the problem, instead of ignoring it or actively keeping others away from such things because they have to protect the children. A friend of mine kept on messaging and ended up on one of those cam sites where they asked for his card details.
@ Nintendew Kids use all sorts of other social services like Facebook, Steam, PSN, XBL, Instagram etc and you don't see half the dumbass functionality that you do on Nintendo's service Also Nintendo's console is no more a family system than Play Station and Xbox, so that is not a legitimate excuse for why they can continue to put out a lackluster service. She said she's going through a list looking for people to chat to as she's bored. Edit: I noticed some of them go through the communities list where they find you and so pretend having similar interests I got one of these a few weeks ago.
Except no one uses them and if something were to get weird with a kid in say Minecraft the story doesn't change regardless of whether parental controls were there.
When so much of Nintendos bottom line relies on younger kids, I'm not going to disparage them for taking the super safe route.It's sad that these companies should have to try to inform better, but it's also sad the media likes to make this into the fault of the console maker, instead of trying to make the perpetrator the actual problem, and using the oppurtunity to actually inform parents that certain features exist.Some are more responsible, but when's the last time you saw more than a paragraph that these features existed at the end of an article or report on such matters.But nowadays, there are too many stupid people who just act like it won't be a problem for them or their children.This may have been the case back in the days before the internet, where it was highly unlikely some of the bad stuff you heard about was ever going to affect you, but in today's information age, the chances one will be targeted, and the ease with which it can be done, and the relatively large number of people who don't take basic measures to protect themselves just exasberbate a problem which is generally being ignored.) so you can really focus on the conversation, just like you would if you were in the same place.