As required by the Child Safe Viewing Act of 2007, the Media Bureau has released a report on the protection of children from inappropriate content, whether online, over wireless devices, on television, or over other media. The report concluded that there is no single parental control technology available today that functions across all media platforms. Accordingly, the FCC intends to issue a further notice of inquiry (“Further NOI”) to obtain the following additional information regarding parental control technologies: (1) the level of consumer awareness; (2) the pace of adoption; (3) the ease of use; (4) familiarity with ratings systems; and (5) the pace of innovation.