With a $300 Playstation portable. This is yet another example of the futility of relying on filtering as your primary means of protection from anything you don’t like on the internet. I’m not suggesting that you let your kids loose on the internet with no supervision. However, paying $50, or $84 million, for a filter and expecting it to do the parenting for you is futile. It simply doesn’t work.
This post written by Chris O'Donnell for ParentalTech.com