Vietnam Bans Online Gaming at Night

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With an apparent attempt to dethrone the United Kingdom as the world's most patronizing government, the Vietnamese government has since banned online gaming at night, from10pm to 8am, in order to "mitigate the side effects of online games," which we assume causes people to have more fun in their lives than they normally do.

Proving that the world–more than ever–needs Net Neutrality if there's any hope of having freedom in the 21st century, Vietnamese ISPs will have until March 3 to implement the restriction, which will restrict traffic to gaming servers. The nanny government's "departments of information and communication" will be inspecting online games activities nationwide and cancel the licenses of ISPs that are in violation of the new law.

The alternative to lack of governance is a government that tells you what you can and cannot do with your hard earned money.