Clint Hocking's talk from GDC 2011 is still relevant today.
This was one of the interviews/blogs/speeches/articles/etc that clued me into just how willfully ignorant the relative majority of developers talked themselves into being after 2006. Such untoppled truths were not superceded, just ignored, and around that time, you started seeing men and women like him "waking up" to those laws still holding sway, whether they're obeyed or not. Thankfully, the malaise is lifting in places it was thick as fog until recently.
Call of Duty has no more responsibility to make sure that children aren't playing it as Captain Crunch has a responsibility to make sure kids are eating healthy. This is a free society, one in which you unfortunately have personal responsibility.
Hahaha you're going to hate the way you used to view things once you actually grow up
No, actually I have grown up, and my opinion on the matter has completely reversed because of it. Because taking responsibility for yourself is pretty much the definition of growing up, and expecting that it's the media corporations who need to safeguard your children is the opposite. And "they need to do more to protect our children" is the same finger-waggling, Helen Lovejoy-esque caterwauling and moralizing to remove the rights and responsibilities of adults that it was during the temperance movement.
Combine this with shitty parents (in the biological sense only) and voila!