Submitted by GoldenElf 1077d ago | news

New Australian Law could Ban Online Video Games, Facebook, Twitter

Tynan Muddle on Aussie-Gamer.com writes: "The Australian Government, led by Julia Gillard, is proposing changes to anti-discrimination laws that could spell the end of online video gaming in Australia." (Australian Ratings Board, Industry)

stonecold3  +   1077d ago
worst pm in australias historty ?
Bathyj  +   1077d ago
I dont know why anyone voted for her.

Oh wait..
DarkBlood  +   1077d ago
if i lived there i would haul my ass out of that country
Pozzle  +   1077d ago
I find it very hard to believe that this would ever have a chance of being passed.
BozoLoco  +   1077d ago
Headline is grossly misleading...

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