It's the flip side of gaming for teaching and learning: gaming could pull students away from their studies, says an FCC commissioner.
Citation needed, please. Note, too, the continued acceptance of the "gaming addiction" concept without demur.
Some of the rest of the speech is fascinating, with a series of fearsome internet statements. For example, this strange Pollyanna idea:
Somehow this FCC commissioner - a national leader - missed a couple of decades' worth of cyberfear. Maybe not the best datapoint for her tenure.
Moving on, a nice dose of mobile fear:
"In the palm of your child's hand" - as my son says, "shiver!"
More child internet fear as the speech goes global, with a touch on censorship:
Note "pornography" there. It's the classic rhetorical move of focusing on children, when the legal category is certainly minors, meaning criminalizing inter-teen communication.