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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.
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.
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.
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.
I wrote so cringy stuff because I knew that this is very sketchy.