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Submitted by WarrantiesAndBeardys 1601d ago | news

Activision partners with Web Wise Kids

Activision Blizzard has partnered with 'Web Wise Kids' a company with the goal of making the internet a safer place for children. Looking at the current state of online games and voice chat, I'd have to say, god speed Web Wise Kids...god speed. (Activision, Blizzard, Culture, Industry)

Quagmire  +   1601d ago
a company with the goal of making the internet a safer place for children
First step is to kick out all under 18's playing MW2
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scar20  +   1601d ago
Right on quagmire if one thing i cant stand on mw2 is kids under 18 yelling random stuff out.Buubles 4 u mi amigo

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