Tremendous development of science and technology has made possible for us to access mass media and mass channels in everyday life. In consistence with this new trend, some scholars raise their voice for reorganization of related legal systems in a society. However, it is true that no one makes any voice of making legal and systematical instruments for children and the youth in a rapidly changing society. Look back on the last century, various media, especially violence, excessive commercialism, and the yellow journalism through the broadcast media, implanted their distorted sense of values, and mislead them to anti-social actions. Consequently, it is not very hard to say that there have not been so many tries to protect children and the youth from the various media. Now, children and the youth confront with the new various developed media, such as satellite telecommunications, digital broadcasts, and electronic publications. Moreover, it is anticipated with easy that "no border broadcast media" may threaten the social permanency and the identity of children and the youth. Since 1990`, in some developed countries, children has been recognized as independent information consumers. Those countries have provided a series of works for making wholesome and beneficial media for children in social and cultural aspects. The United Nations("UN") adopted the "UN Convention on the Rights of the Child" in 1989. The United States("US") enacted the "Children`s Television Act of 1990" in 1990. From the late 1990, many countries in EU, including France, Germany, England, Spain, and the Netherlands, enacted media acts or broadcast acts, and amended some related acts to obligatorily insert "Regulations for Children and the Youth." This Article tries to find a solution for creating limited rights of access which furnish the legal and systematical instruments for children as information consumers under the new circumstance with the advent of various media.