South Korea gaming curfew law unanimously passes committee, moves on to National Assembly
WorldsInMotion.biz reports that the new law also provides for the throttling of connection speeds for certain online games if it's determined that "children remained logged in for too many consecutive hours."
Details are scarce regarding how such a law could be enforced, but concerns over gaming addiction and gaming-related deaths are conspiring to drive the legislation forward. The next stop: a vote before the full South Korean National Assembly.
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