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September 23, 1997updated 01 Sep 2016 5:00pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Public servants who play games on their PCs in work time could soon find the fun outlawed from their machines – leaving them with few diversions from their daily grind. Republican senator Lauch Faircloth from North Carolina has put down an amendment to a pending appropriations bill that would require federal agencies to remove any games installed on their computers and prohibit the purchase of machines with games pre-loaded, the Herald Tribune reports.

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