US: Study shows increased online video game abuse

The world of video games is a place to escape everyday troubles and become whoever you want for a few hours. But online harassment is turning entertainment into pain.

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    The world of video games is a place to escape everyday troubles and become whoever you want for a few hours.

    But online harassment is turning entertainment into pain.

    Al Jazeera’s Jacob Ward reports from San Francisco.


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