A university in Hunan uses technical means to prohibit dormitories from playing games in the middle of the night 4 days a week.

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 A university in Hunan uses technical means to prohibit dormitories from playing games in the middle of the night 4 days a week.


The full text of the notification is as follows The school is also attached with a specific game blacklist. The blacklist includes Internet games such as Jedi survival, hero alliance, King glory and other video platforms, such as the live platform of fighting fish, tiger teeth and so on. The list of game items is as follows The school said that the new rules are mainly used in the campus network. There is no limit to the use of traffic on the Internet for students. It restricts students to play games by means of technical means, and does not affect other operations. The school responded that because many students played games at night, the rest of their classmates and students were affected, and this rule was issued after hearing. The teacher said the school banned students by means of technology and played games between 11 and 8 in the morning. After 11 p. m., access to games is banned, and Internet, chat, video and other applications can be used normally. The school is too wide? The netizen this time crazy praise: no good! Why is this rule called restricting students freedom? Netizens message Tucao: college roommates playing games in the middle of the night can not help disturbing them. Many people say they have similar experiences Netizens believe that school dormitories are common and can not affect others. It is also felt that the game can not be killed by a stick. People who play games influence others are generally not of high quality. Other netizens do not say anything, directly hand @ @ their own school. Should colleges and universities limit students to play games? Whats your opinion? VarnewsFontSize=wwwstore.getItem (fontSize); if (newsFontSize! =null&&newsFontSize! = ) {$(.News_txt ).AddClass (newsFontSize).Attr ( data-size , newsFontSize); Le.thepaper.cn/www/v3/js/jwplayer.flash.swf , file:url, image:defImg, width:w, height:h});}varplayUrl=, wrapperId=player_wrapper, $wrapper=$(#+wrapperId); if (playUrl) {play.) source: Guangdong Communist Youth League responsibility editor: Wang Zheng VarnewsFontSize=wwwstore.getItem (fontSize); if (newsFontSize! =null&&newsFontSize! = ) {$(.News_txt ).AddClass (newsFontSize).Attr ( data-size , newsFontSize); Le.thepaper.cn/www/v3/js/jwplayer.flash.swf , file:url, image:defImg, width:w, height:h});}varplayUrl=, wrapperId=player_wrapper, $wrapper=$(#+wrapperId); if (playUrl) {play.