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.
Private bot sex chat
I've messaged her a couple of times being polite. Thought it was just a random gamer as she's not said anything unusual yet. A college girl who was bored on her break cause her "friends were busy" she said "hey I have an idea if you're up for a little fun" Didnt respond after that just thought, hey beach get outta here I'm playing Persona 5 lol Edit: oh and she told me she loved playing Overwatch lol Thought i was the only one!
lmao clearly a scam straight from the first message they send.
IMO, there should be a big ol' piece of paper in the box informing parents of what parental features exist, and a way for them to look up the reasons for such things.
Parents are too trusting of their children, and often think their child is smart enough to recognize when they're being targeted, so basic precautionary measures should be adopted.
hen the engineers had at last finished their work, Eugenia Kuyda opened a console on her laptop and began to type. “This is your digital monument.” It had been three months since Roman Mazurenko, Kuyda’s closest friend, had died.