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 Computer Games Illegel?
Computer GamesIn Greece use a Game Boy, Playstation 2, X box even and you go to jail:

"The Greek government has banned all electronic games across the country, including those that run on home computers, on Game Boy-style portable consoles, and on mobile phones.

Thousands of tourists in Greece are unknowingly facing heavy fines or long terms in prison for owning mobile phones or portable video games."

Yes, this is real.

More infomation - click this link: ZNet News

Posted by Z Tuesday, March 31, 2009 (21:46:03)

 California Mulls Game Laws
Computer GamesElected officials, religious leaders and civic activists rallied across California on April 8 to support two bills pending before the legislature that would restrict the sale of violent video games to minors, the Reuters news service reported. In coordinated events in Los Angeles, central California's Fresno and Mountain View and San Mateo south of San Francisco, people spoke out in favor of the bills introduced earlier this year by state Assemblyman Leland Yee, Reuters reported.

The California bills, introduced in January, mirror laws passed in cities and states across the country that have been blocked or struck down by federal courts as unconstitutional, the news service reported. One bill would classify games that "visually depict serious injury to human beings in a manner that is especially heinous, atrocious or cruel" as being "harmful matter to children," Reuters said. The distribution of such material is restricted under state law.

Posted by Z Tuesday, March 31, 2009 (20:21:27)

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