YouTube Censors, Bans Content That Goes Against WHO

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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is cracking down on any content creators making videos or sharing information that goes against anything that has been publicly stated by the World Health Organization, even if the information coming out of the WHO is incorrect and concocted to cover for China. Continue reading “YouTube Censors, Bans Content That Goes Against WHO”

Facebook Fact Checker That Issues Warning About Misinformation Reportedly Worked At Wuhan Lab

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Facebook is now issuing warnings to anyone who accesses an article that their “fact checkers” have claimed contains misinformation. Before visiting the site users will see a warning label from Facebook about the site or the source if the fact checkers claim that the information isn’t correct. However, it turns out that one of the fact checkers worked at the Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China. Continue reading “Facebook Fact Checker That Issues Warning About Misinformation Reportedly Worked At Wuhan Lab”

WHO Tells People To Play Video Games After Classifying Them As Addictive

Gradually covering anything related to the Kong Flu will have you sounding like Alex Jones. Doesn’t help we have to illustrate the sociopolitical agenda-pushing in video games, or as the master of breaking it to you gently would say: “the programmers are turning the f***ing characters gay.” Alas, there can be no desk pounding in a written article no matter how warranted it is. Continue reading “WHO Tells People To Play Video Games After Classifying Them As Addictive”

Neurologist Warns There Is Very Little Evidence To Demonstrate Video Games Are Addicting

Many people do not understand the nature of addiction. Not from a personal struggle point of view, but a scientific perspective. As a result when the World Health Organization in 2019 ruled video games were now addictive after pressure from Asian Governments to do so it was met with little public skepticism. Continue reading “Neurologist Warns There Is Very Little Evidence To Demonstrate Video Games Are Addicting”

Academics Have Created A Test To Gauge Your “Gaming Disorder” After WHO’s Proclamation

According to a new report that has landed on the Internet as of June 2nd, 2019, the academics around the world have created a test to see if you have the disease known as “gaming disorder” and if the preset info you pick matches up with the World Health Organization’s “research.” Continue reading “Academics Have Created A Test To Gauge Your “Gaming Disorder” After WHO’s Proclamation”

World Health Organization May Have Added Gaming Disorder, But They Removed Transgenderism

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The gaming industry has been quite vocal about the World Health Organization adding video game addiction as a disorder to the ICD-11 revisionary index, causing the issue to spread far and wide throughout media regarding the issue and sporting a number of responses from industry committee groups. However, during the same weekend where the World Health Organization added gaming disorder to the ICD-11 index, they removed transgenderism from the list of disorders. Continue reading “World Health Organization May Have Added Gaming Disorder, But They Removed Transgenderism”

Sony CEO Wants To Adopt “Countermeasures” To Gaming Addiction

Yoshida PlayStation Addiction

As if the PlayStation censorship policies aren’t enough, Sony wants to add to the turmoil and distress of its already strained and sullen audience by introducing “countermeasures” to gaming addiction in response to the World Health Organization set to label video game addiction as an international disease. Continue reading “Sony CEO Wants To Adopt “Countermeasures” To Gaming Addiction”

Gamer Says City News Reporter Didn’t Inform Him About WHO Report For Addiction Story

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On March 10th, 2018 CityNews Toronto ran a story about video game addiction. It was tied into the addition of video game addiction to the World Health Organization international disease listings. In the piece, reporter Nitish Bissonauth interviewed several gamers, some parents, and even some kids about their gaming habits. A few gamers felt as if the report misrepresented gaming as a hobby, and distorted some of their answers. Continue reading “Gamer Says City News Reporter Didn’t Inform Him About WHO Report For Addiction Story”

World Health Organization Adds “Hazardous Gaming” To ICD-11 Draft

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Gaming as an addiction isn’t the only thing that appeared in the ICD-11 beta draft for the World Health Organization’s upcoming update for listings of international diseases. According to Eurogamer, they recently spotted another new addition to the draft, this time including “hazardous gaming”. Continue reading “World Health Organization Adds “Hazardous Gaming” To ICD-11 Draft”

World Health Organization To Add Gaming Addiction As A Disorder In 2018

WHO Gaming Addiction

Multiple reports are indicating that the World Health Organization will finalize its draft in preparation for a diagnostic manual that will be published in 2018. The draft includes a new International Classification of Diseases under the ICD-11 category that will feature video game addiction as one of the newly added disorders. Continue reading “World Health Organization To Add Gaming Addiction As A Disorder In 2018”

Asian Countries Pushing For Video Game Addiction To Be Labeled A Disease, States Report

Video Game Addiction Disease

There’s been a push by certain scholars and those within the medical field to add video game addiction to the list of diseases in the ICD-11 categorization. The proposal would make video game addiction an internationally classified disease recognized by the World Health Organization. In a recent report, it was stated that this was actually being pursued and lobbied for by politicians in Asian countries. Continue reading “Asian Countries Pushing For Video Game Addiction To Be Labeled A Disease, States Report”

International Proposal Aims To Make Hardcore Gaming A Health Disorder

A new proposal in the ICD-11 categorization for the World Health Organization wants to add hardcore gaming to the list as a potential health risk and mental disease. The ICD-11 stands for the International Classification of Diseases. Continue reading “International Proposal Aims To Make Hardcore Gaming A Health Disorder”