The Military Was Recruiting New Soldiers Via Video Games Until First Amendment Change Hit Pause
We talk to Ben Brock Johnson, who covers tech for Here & Now, about why the military has had great success recruiting via video games. We also talk about a freedom of speech challenge that’s prompted the Army to temporarily halt the practice.
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