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Submitted by PureSophistry 875d ago | opinion piece

I-Murder: How Videogame Tech Makes Killing Easier

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"Online hunting is currently locked in legal battles with animal rights groups trying to have it banned all over the globe. For anyone who is not familiar with online hunting it’s basically the commercialization of remote control robotics that fire guns instead of make coffee. Similar to the ones used by the military to clear caves or go anywhere an american soldier might encounter ghosts, but you pay to shoot at animals rather than foreigners.Supposedly it’s targeting disabled people who can’t go hunting or just lazy people who can’t be bothered to put on a high visibility jacket and wellies." (Culture, Tech)

DeadSpaced  +   875d ago
Obvious slippery slope is obvious.
PureSophistry  +   875d ago
and slippery

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