I'm just glad they got Moby's opinion. Can you imagine what this story would have been without Moby's opinion?
I actually found that very issue of Time magazine a few years ago, while helping clean out a storage room at my college that had sat unused for roughly a decade. It goes to great lengths to tell us that not only is the entire internet riddled with kiddie porn, but that it's practically impossible for your child NOT to stumble on it by accident, and that this will then alert child predators to their exact location.
I would argue this isn't as 90s as you might think. This is actually a pretty level-headed piece about the internet which is amazing for the time period, where most news stories about the internet were written by people who could barely use solar calculators and for whom the internet was some sci-fi concept from a fantasy world.