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Korea to abolish curfew for child gamers | Digital Trends Spanish

On November 20, 2011, the South Korean government established the “Shutdown” Law, which prohibits children under the age of 16 from playing video games on the computer between 12 am and 6 am, that is why it is also known as the "Cinderella" Law. The curfew was established with the objective that the children had enough hours of sleep and thus protect their health, since the “addiction to video games” was becoming a social problem. However, this law has been constantly questioned by the national video game industry, as it does not allow young people to make their own decisions and weakens the competitiveness between companies. Now finally that controversial rule will be abolished. This is because the law has not had any positive effect on children, in addition, it does not reflect the c...