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No Need for a California Video Game Law

Written on January 04, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Is the decision of what video games titles should the teens play be made by the government or parents? Activision Blizzard Incorporated Chief Officer George Rose believed it is the latter.

George Rose, executive vice president and chief public policy officer of Activision Blizzard Incorporated, voiced out his displeasure over the new Californian legislation which can make selling video games featuring violent content to minors a criminal offense. Rose shared his insight about the issue in an editorial printed in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Furthermore, Rose said that there is no need for a law on video games since companies are willing to work with Congress to formulate strict rating system.

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