Yet another moral panic involving the nation's teenagers: this time it's digital drugs.
Yep, those panicked by the threat of head shops (can't have people selling mood altering substances legally under proper supervision now, can we, best leave that stuff to the drug dealers etc), must now turn their attention to the threat of mood altering mp3 files. Mind Hacks provides an up-to-date summary of the digital drugs problem, including a link to this hilarious news report on the 'problem' (and no, it isn't from the Onion, though you'll swear it is):
As Wired put it, if we tolerate this, then pretty soon people will move on to the harder stuff - like Philip Glass. Though I'm afraid, in my case, it's too late (warning, may alter your mood):
But it's not too late for Minister Ahern to take action...