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THE European Commission continues to turn the screw on the Greek government over its controversial electronic games ban, having fired out a second letter challenging the edict.
While again questioning the law's compliance with European rules on free movement of goods and services and its "proportionality," the letter; sent last month, also reprimands the Greek authorities for failing to notify the EC prior to passing the law.
Under EU law, legislation governing the use of electronic devices and the Internet must be run by all member states prior to ratification.
But while continued EC involvement is encouraging for the Greek games industry, the …