CNET reports that the advent of new wireless devices combined with an increase in citywide wireless networks is resulting in major difficulties for parents who wish to limit their child’s net access. Wireless-enabled devices such as the Sony PSP and the Nintendo DS are two popular gaming devices that allow kids to log onto the web and connect to peer-to-peer sharing networks. These capabilities, combined with increased numbers of wireless networks and hotspots, make it much easier for youths to potentially access objectionable material. In addition, these devices also have the ability to detect other devices in the area, which can then start a peer-to-peer chat. While these features are meant for entertainment purposes, caution must be applied. Part of the problem is unlike typical cautionary steps parents are learning to take with normal PC and internet use; many parents are still unfamiliar with the devices and the need to become familiar with the security features they offer…