Definition Edit

The Federal Trade Commission has defined violently explicit content in connection with virtual worlds as

Depictions or descriptions of: (1) animations involving blood; (2) excess/gratuitous blood or the mutilation of body parts; (3) violence against minors (anyone under the age of 18); (4) violence toward animals; (5) aggressive conflict, including but not limited to realistic weapons used against other avatars or whose intent was obvious, aggressive harm of other avatars; any realistic weapons with blood or gore depicted on them or in their use; graphic and/or realistic-looking depictions of physical conflict, graphic violence, dismemberment, self-mutilation, homicide; anything depicting extremely grotesque images or acts; or (6) graphic discussions or portrayals of suicide.[1]

References Edit

  1. Federal Trade Comm’n, Virtual Worlds and Kids: Mapping the Risks 2 (Dec. 2009).

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