Also in December 2009, the FTC issued its seventh report on marketing violent entertainment to children. The report states very clearly that marketers of violent music, movies, and video games can do more in three areas: restricting the marketing of mature-rated products to children; clearly and prominently disclosing rating information; and restricting children's access to mature-rated products at retail. FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz stated, in a separate statement accompanying the report, that "in the future, it will be particularly important to address the challenges presented by emerging technologies - such as mobile gaming - that are quickly changing the ways that children access entertainment."