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Submitted by mathsman 396d ago | article

Next-Gen Consoles: The Game of Surveillance is On

Gamers spend a lot of hours each week with their eyes locked on-screen. Information Solutions Group reports that fifteen percent of British avid social gamers turn their attention to videogames on a console, mobile or PC for at least six hours per week. This represents no one-way mirror, however, since today’s consoles now offer outsiders the ability to look into our lives. As we look into our videogames played on an Xbox One or PlayStation 4, who looks back out at us from the other side, and how can we protect ourselves? (Culture, Industry, PS4, Wii U, Xbox One)

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