Vietnam Enforces Online Gaming Curfew


Vietnam is enforcing a curfew that restricts people from playing online video games between 10PM and 8AM. The country is having problems with video game addiction and is asking ISPs to block game access starting March 3rd. Does a government have the right to decide what is in the people’s best interest? Read the full article at

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