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Operation: Game Over is the first time e-STOP has been applied to online gaming platforms.
First-Of-Its-Kind Online Video Game Sweep Protects The Safety And Security Of Children Statewide Microsoft, Apple, Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Disney, Warner Bros.
That means doing everything possible to block sex offenders from using gaming systems as a vehicle to prey on underage victims,” said Attorney General Schneiderman.
“I applaud the online gaming companies that have purged registered sex offenders from their networks in time for the holiday season.
Schneiderman today announced that over 2,100 additional accounts of registered sex offenders have been purged from online gaming platforms as part of “Operation: Game Over,” a first-of-its-kind initiative to protect children from predators on online gaming networks.
“I applaud all the companies participating in this first-of-its-kind initiative for taking online safety seriously and purging their networks of sex offenders.Together, we are making the online community a safer place for the children of New York.” Under New York State’s Electronic Securing and Targeting of Online Predators Act (e-STOP) law, convicted sex offenders must register all of their e-mail addresses, screen names, and other Internet identifiers with the state.That information is then made available to certain websites so they can purge potential predators from their online worlds.Earlier this month, a 19-year-old Monroe County man pled guilty to sexually abusing a 10-year-old boy he met through Xbox Live."At Microsoft, we continually evaluate ways to manage safety for our 40 million Xbox Live members and particularly for children on our service," Microsoft VP and deputy general counsel Rich Wallis said in a statement accompanying the attorney general's announcement.
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"Our partnership with the Office of the New York Attorney General helps further this cause." When asked for comment, an EA representative told Game Spot, "This was an [Entertainment Software Association] initiative; EA is a member." An ESA representative then commented on the program, saying, "Our industry welcomes appropriate efforts allowing people of all ages to play games in a safer environment.