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Computers: Violent Video Games / Regulation #160462

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(New York: James Walker) The popularity of violent computer video games and the possible psychological impact of game playing on the young examined. [ID Software Jay WILBUR, 9-year-old Reed CHRISTIAN, his mother Robin RASKIN, Harvard medical school Dr. Alvin POUSSAINT - talk about the violent Doom game.] The issue of Congressional regulation of this kind of computer software noted. [Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - comments.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Moves by the computer software industry to set up two self-rating systems examined; computer games shown to indicate how the rating system works. [Entertainment Software Ratings Board Arthur POBER - comments.]

Simpson, Carole;
Walker, James

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