"We see children being exposed to a lot more danger than they were in the past. One of the reasons is that they don't have to go down to the park and worry about some criminal in the park. The criminals are getting directly into their bedrooms through their electronic devices. That's the problem we face these days is that there's really nowhere a child can be fully protected if they have a device that connects to the internet and their parents don't know what they're doing on that device," he said.
Rosenstein added the other problem is that some parents give their children too much privacy on their devices. He said with the kinds of access kids have today, it is important to constantly monitor them.