Taking the nanny state to a familiar level, Chinese authorities have implemented a blanket ban on video games past the hour of ten pm. Boo.
With the North Sydney Council banning smoking in public places, one can surmise that a countrywide ban is not far away. Yes, smoking is in decline, and yes, the health effects are well known, but is it an overstep?
After one doctor in the UK jokingly wrote a ban for Fortnite, many parents on Twitter agreed. However, as a parent and a Fortnite veteran, I think the solution lies deeper.
It seems a universal ban on killer robots would be a given. The reality, however, is entirely different. Exterminate!
To reign in childhood obesity, the UK is banning chocolate at the checkout aisle, as well as prohibiting the sale of energy drinks. Should we do the same here?