EU Declines to Legislate Against Video Game Violence

Although expressing concerns about video game violence, Justice Ministers of the European Union, meeting in Luxembourg, opted not to ban any violent games.

As reported by the EU Observer, varying legal standards among the 27 member nations made EU legislation a difficult undertaking.

EU justice and home affairs commissioner Franco Frattini agreed that video game legislation should be left to the discretion of member nations but said that the EU should agree upon a criteria for defining what he called "killer games".

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