I'm kinda skeptical and always trying not to turn into:
Something is always corrupting our youth and making zombies out of them. Before the internet, there was computer games. Before them it was the TV. Before TV it was the movies. Before the movies it was the comic books. Before that it was cheap novels... No matter which period you look up, you'll always find parents lamenting how the young generation is no good, corrupted and sure to ruin the civilization real soon now.
In reality, kids have, and always will have, impulse control issues. Your duty as a parent is to manage it, help them understand it, provide the tools to handle it, and make sure it doesn't get out of control. That's it. The actual thing they wrestle with is irrelevant.
And yes, they will probably grow up and get to gripe about kids nowadays, what with their AR glasses, totally detached form reality and up to no good. Circle of life. :-)