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Comment: Re:So why are they called Software Engineers (Score 1) 349

by Cazov (#40927625) Attached to: Bad Software Runs the World
Yes. Also the ideas of "we can just fix it in software" and "what do you mean the software isn't ready? we got the hardware in today and we're on a really tight schedule!" don't help matters any. You are right, though, the biggest problem is a lack of useful requirements, specifications, and other assorted documentation.
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Congressman Wants Health Warnings On Video Games 421

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the nanny-state dept.
An anonymous reader writes "California Rep. Joe Baca has proposed a bill which would mandate placing health warning labels on any video game rated T (13+) or higher by the ESRB. The Video Game Health Labeling Act of 2009 would require a cigarette pack-like label that reads, 'WARNING: Excessive exposure to violent video games and other violent media has been linked to aggressive behavior.'"

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