Chinese internment camps reprogram Internet addicts

Chinese internment camps reprogram Internet addicts

The addicts, who mostly are brought in against their will by their parents, stay in barren and bleak cells at night, completely cut off
from electronics. Except when they are wired up to machines so psychologists can observe their brain activity. Then, during the day,
they sit like specimens in front of a panel of doctors in white coats as they try to reprogram their subject.

One of the teens featured admitted to spending 300-hours bingeing on role-playing game World of Warcraft while another admitted ditching his duties to dedicate whole months to the game.

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