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Since the first “violent” video game was created, there have been endless claims that video games lead to violent behavior in real life — despite study after study proving this theory wrong. The speculation is still prominent as last month, after multiple mass shootings in the US, President Trump blamed “the glorification of violence” in video games and the internet as the main causes of mass shootings — without mentioning guns.  However, a new report suggests this assumption is not only wrong, but also based on damaging stereotypes about race. As first reported by MIT Technology Review and published in…

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