Microsoft, video games and violence, E.T., Company of Heroes 2: Speed Run

The Guardian has obtained documents that state Microsoft allowed the NSA access to private emails and Skype calls dating back as early as 2011. Sources have told us that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reviewing a report and questions raised by the Institute of Medicine about the effect of social media, music and video games on violent behavior. We talk with the people investigating the reported dumping group of thousands of copies of Atari 2600 game E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, and spent some time with Company of Heroes 2.

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