It looks like teens in South Korea won't be able to play online games all night long anymore. South Korea's legislation and judiciary committee has unanimously passed a motion to move forward with a law that prevents children under 15 from playing online games between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m. Dubbed the "Cinderella law," the new edict now heads to a vote before South Korea's full national assembly.
Critics of the law argue that that banning late night play affects only a small portion of players, who will probably move their play-time or use a borrowed or pirated registration ID. Others note that the law doesn't go far enough because it doesn't take into account for offline PC games and console games.