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Game 'Self Regulator' NCGP Responds To Criticism

Last week, we reported on the formation of a new 527 organization called the National Committee for Games Policy (NCGP). The body seemed to have appeared out of nowhere and described its hazy goals and existence in a short press release. After a few d
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