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Submitted by capitanandi 547d ago | news

[News] Connecticut Group Cancels Their “Violent Video Game Return Program”

SouthingtonSOS, a group stationed in Southington, Connecticut had previously organized a drive to collect and incinerate all forms of violent media, specifically video games, in their town. As of recently, however, they have claimed that the program, deemed Violent Video Game Return, is no longer necessary. There was a lot of outcry from the outside public and experts toward their original plan, claiming it would do more harm than good. (Culture, Industry, Tag Invalid)

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