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Parents and teachers: The House of Commons DCMS Committee needs your views on gaming

Parents and teachers: the House of Commons needs your views on gaming and addictive technologies

Has someone you know found themselves addicted to gaming?

How has this affected their behaviour, and what support do they need?

Are young people disproportionately affected by the addictive qualities of games and apps?

Whose responsibility should it be to ensure games and other technologies do not cause harms?

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee needs parents, educators and young people to submit their views for a new inquiry they are running on immersive and addictive technologies.

The Committee want to hear directly from people who have views and experience in this area.

They can submit their views via the DCMS Committee website.

Tips on submitting evidence here.

Committee membership

Damian Collins MP (Chair) (Conservative, Folkestone and Hythe); Clive Efford MP (Labour, Eltham); Julie Elliott MP (Labour, Sunderland Central); Paul Farrelly MP (Labour, Newcastle-under-Lyme); Simon Hart MP (Conservative, Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire); Julian Knight MP (Conservative, Solihull); Ian C. Lucas MP (Labour, Wrexham); Brendan O’Hara MP (Scottish National Party, Argyll and Bute); Rebecca Pow MP (Conservative, Taunton Deane); Jo Stevens MP (Labour, Cardiff Central); Giles Watling MP (Conservative, Clacton.)

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