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Op Ed

BitMob - Harmful Matter: Gaming's Freedom of Speech.
That, to me, is a clear violation of several personal freedoms, expression being one. Are there games minors should not be exposed to? Absolutely, and it's the parents' job to make the call, not the government's. In our nation's history, legislation censoring what books we can read, what film and TV shows we can watch, what music we listen to, or what games we can play has never been ruled constitutional. That could change less than a month from now.

2. Re: Op Ed Oct 6, 2010, 16:52 derelict koan
Yer agreed, the realism and interactivity will reach tipping point soon so they may as well start laying the foundations for future controls. As for freedom of speech, it's a fairytale, always was, always will be.

I also endorse Cutters ideas about breeding permits. - speculative psychosis in trilogy form
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