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Augmented Reality Games Banned from US Air Force Base

Video games have often been termed as dangerous by the government, but it was never an issue for national security. However, now an impromptu investigation has revealed that augmented reality games might pose a threat to national security. The investigation has led to the ban of these games from the US Air Force Base. The inquiry had taken place at the Colorado Spring’s Schriever Air Force Base. The ban has been confirmed in this base, but it is not yet known whether other US air bases will enforce this ban. The impromptu inquiry was launched at Colorado Spring’s Schriever Air Force Base after a visitor was seen taking pictures near the 9/11 display of the base. ….[READ]

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