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Parents not doing duty by kid surfers

In response to the April 22 news story by Declan McCullagh and Alorie Gilbert, "Is no place for kids?":

This is why parents should be with their children if they're going to be surfing around on the Internet. It's a disgusting trend of parents wanting to take zero responsibility for their children and the actions of their children. It's much easier to just turn them loose, then blame the media or the game developers or the Web site companies for their laziness.

Most parents probably don't even take the time to have a 15-minute discussion with their child about "Net etiquette" and what is OK and not OK to post out there. But hey, let's just point fingers.

Eric Ochoa