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Submitted by Sandmano 457d ago | news

Korean Politicians Want To Regulate Video Games Like Drugs And Alcohol

Kotaku:

This week, South Korean politician Shin Eui-jin announced a bill that stipulated alcohol, online games, gambling and drugs need to be strictly regulated. The reasoning? They are a source of addiction, the legislation argues. (Culture)

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