New York moves to limit kids’ access to ‘addictive feeds’

At least he’d stopped trying to get them to play games, they thought. Well “games” was what he called them. As the driverless barreled along the strip, he was now the only one looking out of the wraparound windows, sulking a little, humming an old stream about counting the cars on the New Jersey turnpike. The kids’ faces were lit by their screens: enraptured, concentrating, focused. They adjusted the sound levels. It was their holiday too, they should be able to enjoy it. And besides they had to try and finish before they crossed the border and the filters dropped.