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Robert Scheer: What our video games tell about us (lots)

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Somewhere in the lowest reaches of hell, Adolf Hitler and his coterie of lesser dictators must be tormented by the knowledge they did not live long enough to get their hands on "Angry Birds." How much diabolical power they would have had, not playing the game, but rather mining the data freely volunteered by its billion unsuspecting customers. "When a smartphone user opens 'Angry Birds,' the popular game application, and starts slinging birds at chortling ...

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