The question's in the title. I personally started browsing the net at around 7, it was when my dad got us a household PC for office or school work. I only ever used it for flash games in sites like Newgrounds. I never used it for social medias, it was only a few years after that I learned about video sites, forums and image boards, and interacting with other users on there. Speaking of age and exposure to the internet I find kids these days to be weird, they can be so... indifferent to things, I suppose. Like, for me back then, the craziest things or some of the most traumatizing things for me were videos like the ISIS execution, 2 girls 1 cup, 1 guy 1 jar, etc. But a lot of kids these days send these kinds of videos to one another as a "small prank". They're also frequently exposed to horrible news around the world, resulting in reactions like "oh, there was another school-shooting? Okay", "Is the Russia-Ukraine war over yet?", etc. (don't discuss these examples here). I swear we're gonna have both the most cynical and gullible generation in a few years. What do you guys think?