CNET reports that the Federal Communications Commission has decreed that during broadcasts of television shows aimed at children 12 years and under, cable and broadcast operators are not allowed to display web addresses that link to commercial content. These new rules went into effect January 2, and came about because regulators were concerned that children’s programming was essentially becoming one big billboard with addresses to web sites which are solely commercial ventures. This practice was perceived as a sneaky way of getting around the 1990 Children’s Television Act, which stipulates that every hour of children’s programming may only have 10.5 minutes of advertising during weekends, and 12 minutes during weekdays…