The Federal Communications Commission will open an inquiry to examine the various technologies to block children from watching programs with sex and violence, Reuters reports. "Parents must have access to control technologies that can appropriately limit their children's exposure to unsuitable material," FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said in releasing an agency report detailing the technologies available to parents. The report concluded that no single parental control technology works across all the media platforms, such as over-the-air, cable, and satellite television; wireless services; and the internet. In July, the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing during which Genachowski said the existing...

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