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Submitted by Rchillis 857d ago | news

ECA: A Call to Arms for Gamers Everywhere

Recently, we received a correspondence in the form of a newsletter from the ECA (Entertainment Consumer Association). In the newsletter, the ECA announced that the Video Game Health Labeling Act of 2009 has been rewritten and reissued in the form of a new bill bearing the same name. The Video Game Health Labeling Act of 2012, if passed, will require all video games, except those with EC (Early Childhood) ratings to be stamped with a warning. The label will read as follows; WARNING: Exposure to violent video games has been linked to aggressive behavior. (Entertainment Consumers Association, ESRB, Industry, Tag Invalid)

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