Poll: Should Public Libraries Allow Patrons To Play Violent Games On Its PCs?

Last week, the Paterson Free Public Library in New Jersey decided to ban the play of what it calls "direct-shooter" games on computers at its facilities.

Whatchu think about that?

The National Coalition Against Censorship and a few other organizations don't like it but we want to know what you think.  Should libraries allow the play of violent games on its PCs?  Maybe you think library patrons have no business playing video games in the first place.  Perhaps your answer is more complicated than a simple "yes" or "no."  In which case, send us an email at SuperPACPodcast@gmail.com or hit up the comments section with all of the minutia and extenuating circumstances that inform your opinion on this topic.

We'll publish the poll results next week but if you just can't wait 'til then, give the next episode of Super Podcast Action Committee a listen.  EZK and I will discuss our opinions and yours along with the numerical results of the poll.  Won't that be fun?  Yes it will!  My mom says it's the best podcast she's ever heard!

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-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen

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