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RTS2CGEZ
January 27, 2019
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the...
Mason, UNITED STATES
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the...
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the center in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEY
January 27, 2019
A common room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or...
Mason, UNITED STATES
A common room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or...
A common room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession with their use of technology, is seen in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEW
January 27, 2019
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room with...
Mason, UNITED STATES
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room with...
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room with his mother Laurie Reagan at the center in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEV
January 27, 2019
A room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession...
Mason, UNITED STATES
A room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession...
A room at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession with their use of technology, in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken on January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGET
January 27, 2019
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the...
Mason, UNITED STATES
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the...
Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope, sits in a common room at the center in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEP
January 27, 2019
Dr. Chris Tuell Clinical Director of Addiction Services poses for a photograph at the Lindner Center...
Mason, UNITED STATES
Dr. Chris Tuell Clinical Director of Addiction Services poses for a photograph at the Lindner Center...
Dr. Chris Tuell Clinical Director of Addiction Services poses for a photograph at the Lindner Center of Hope in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEK
January 27, 2019
The Williams House hosts the treatment program at the Lindner Center of Hope's "Reboot" program, which...
Mason, UNITED STATES
The Williams House hosts the treatment program at the Lindner Center of Hope's "Reboot" program, which...
The Williams House hosts the treatment program at the Lindner Center of Hope's "Reboot" program, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession with their use of technology, in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEJ
January 27, 2019
Dr. Chris Tuell, Clinical Director of Addiction Services, poses with Danny Reagan, a former residential...
Mason, UNITED STATES
Dr. Chris Tuell, Clinical Director of Addiction Services, poses with Danny Reagan, a former residential...
Dr. Chris Tuell, Clinical Director of Addiction Services, poses with Danny Reagan, a former residential patient of the Lindner Center of Hope in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEI
January 27, 2019
A general view of the Lindner Center of Hope is seen in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture...
Mason, UNITED STATES
A general view of the Lindner Center of Hope is seen in Mason
A general view of the Lindner Center of Hope is seen in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken on January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
USA-INTERNET/ADDICTION
RTS2CGEG
January 27, 2019
A schedule is on display at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion...
Mason, UNITED STATES
A schedule is on display at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion...
A schedule is on display at the Lindner Center of Hope, which admits only children who suffer from compulsion or obsession with their use of technology, in Mason, Ohio, U.S., January 23, 2019. Picture taken January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maddie McGarvey
CHINA/
RTR3WNT0
July 01, 2014
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education...
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education Center, looks at a notebook at a shopping mall in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR3WNSO
July 01, 2014
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education...
He, who was addicted to internet gaming and recently finished six months course in the Qide Education Center, uses his mobile phone at a shopping mall in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
Society
Society
Curing China's Internet Addicts - 01 July 2014
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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
RTR3WL97
July 01, 2014
A graduating student who has completed a six months course salutes his classmates as he leaves the Qide...
Beijing, China
A graduating student who has completed a six months course salutes his classmates as he leaves the Qide...
A graduating student who has completed a six months course salutes his classmates as he leaves the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL96
July 01, 2014
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center...
Beijing, China
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center...
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL94
July 01, 2014
A student who has completed a six months course hugs a classmate at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A student who has completed a six months course hugs a classmate at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
A student who has completed a six months course hugs a classmate at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL93
July 01, 2014
Students stand in front of the Chinese national flag as they prepare to take part in a military drill...
Beijing, China
Students stand in front of the Chinese national flag as they prepare to take part in a military drill...
Students stand in front of the Chinese national flag as they prepare to take part in a military drill at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL92
July 01, 2014
Students wave goodbye as they send off a classmate who graduated after finishing a six months course...
Beijing, China
Students wave goodbye as they send off a classmate who graduated after finishing a six months course...
Students wave goodbye as they send off a classmate who graduated after finishing a six months course at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL91
July 01, 2014
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center...
Beijing, China
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center...
A student who has completed a six months course bows to the head teacher at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 11, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8Z
July 01, 2014
A student (L) takes part in a session with a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A student takes part in a session with a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
A student (L) takes part in a session with a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8W
July 01, 2014
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education...
Students take part in a traditional lion dance as a part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8S
July 01, 2014
Students run toward their dormitories after the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Students run toward their dormitories after the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
Students run toward their dormitories after the evening roll call at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8P
July 01, 2014
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014....
Beijing, China
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing
A nurse distributes medicine at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8N
July 01, 2014
Wang (2nd from L) takes part in a music class as a part of the education program at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Students take part in a music class as a part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in...
Wang (2nd from L) takes part in a music class as a part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8L
July 01, 2014
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed...
Beijing, China
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed...
Drugs used to treat teenagers who have been diagnosed with internet addiction and depression are placed on a table at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL8I
July 01, 2014
Students learn how to bow the Confucian way during a class on traditional Chinese ethics at the Qide...
Beijing, China
Students learn how to bow the Confucian way during a class on traditional Chinese ethics at the Qide...
Students learn how to bow the Confucian way during a class on traditional Chinese ethics at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL89
July 01, 2014
Students eat a meal at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center...
Beijing, China
Students eat a meal at the Qide Education Center in Beijing
Students eat a meal at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL87
July 01, 2014
A student performs a dance during a break at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014....
Beijing, China
A student performs a dance during a break at the Qide Education Center in Beijing
A student performs a dance during a break at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
Wang (L), who was addicted to playing internet games, speaks to a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Wang, who was addicted to playing internet games, speaks to a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education...
Wang (L), who was addicted to playing internet games, speaks to a psychology counsellor at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL83
July 01, 2014
Students prepare vegetables as part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Students prepare vegetables as part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing
Students prepare vegetables as part of the education program at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
Beijing, China
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
Beijing, China
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet...
A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing February 22, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 22, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
Female students wearing gloves take part in a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Female students wearing gloves take part in a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education...
Female students wearing gloves take part in a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL7U
July 01, 2014
Students receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Students receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education...
Students receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
Students laugh as they receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at...
Beijing, China
Students laugh as they receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at...
Students laugh as they receive a group punishment during a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL7O
July 01, 2014
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their military-style close-order drill class at the...
Beijing, China
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their military-style close-order drill class at the...
An ex-military instructor teaches students during their military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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July 01, 2014
An ex-military instructor (front) and students do push-ups during a military-style close-order drill...
Beijing, China
An ex-military instructor and students do push-ups during a military-style close-order drill class at...
An ex-military instructor (front) and students do push-ups during a military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA-INTERNET/BOOTCAMP
RTR3WL7J
July 01, 2014
A new student (front) practices sits-up while other students take part in a close-order drill at the...
Beijing, China
A new student practices sits-up while other students take part in a close-order drill at the Qide Education...
A new student (front) practices sits-up while other students take part in a close-order drill at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 26, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL7E
July 01, 2014
Wang (L), who was addicted to internet gaming, helps clean a bathroom in his dormitory at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Wang, who was addicted to internet gaming, helps clean a bathroom in his dormitory at the Qide Education...
Wang (L), who was addicted to internet gaming, helps clean a bathroom in his dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA
RTR3WL78
July 01, 2014
Students clean their dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education...
Beijing, China
Students clean their dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing
Students clean their dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA
RTR3WL71
July 01, 2014
An instructor who is an ex-soldier talks to female students in their dormitory at the Qide Education...
Beijing, China
An instructor who is an ex-soldier talks to female students in their dormitory at the Qide Education...
An instructor who is an ex-soldier talks to female students in their dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing June 10, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken June 10, 2014.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL6Z
July 01, 2014
A teacher talks to an instructor who is an ex-soldier through a window in a door while pupils take part...
Beijing, China
A teacher talks to an instructor who is an ex-soldier through a window in a door while pupils take part...
A teacher talks to an instructor who is an ex-soldier through a window in a door while pupils take part in military-style close-order drill class at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA
RTR3WL6X
July 01, 2014
A student stands in front of a gate at his dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February...
Beijing, China
A student stands in front of a gate at his dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing
A student stands in front of a gate at his dormitory at the Qide Education Center in Beijing February 19, 2014. The Qide Education Center is a military-style boot camp which offers treatment for internet addiction. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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RTR3WL6U
July 01, 2014
A man plays a computer game at an internet cafe in Beijing May 9, 2014. As growing numbers of young people...
Beijing, China
A man plays a computer game at an internet cafe in Beijing
A man plays a computer game at an internet cafe in Beijing May 9, 2014. As growing numbers of young people in China immerse themselves in the cyber world, spending hours playing games online, worried parents are increasingly turning to boot camps to crush addiction. Military-style boot camps, designed to wean young people off their addiction to the internet, number as many as 250 in China alone. Picture taken May 9, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8BD
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8BC
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, rides a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B8
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, prepares to take a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B5
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, touches a horse at Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B4
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention...
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, receives medical attention to improve concentration at a Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
KOREA-INTERNET/HORSES
RTR3C8B2
January 09, 2013
A 14-year old girl (R), who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional...
Incheon, South Korea
A 14-year old girl, who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional...
A 14-year old girl (R), who preferred to be identified only by her surname, Kim, talks with a professional consultant at a Riding Healing Center in Incheon, west of Seoul December 26, 2012. The Riding Healing Center, a therapy organisation uses horse-riding to cure emotional and behavioural disorders, which it believes is an underlying cause of internet addiction. In South Korea, the world?s most wired country and where almost two-thirds of the population owns a smartphone, addiction to the Internet has become a major problem. Government data says 680,000 children aged between 10 and 19 are Internet addicts, or around 10 percent of the age group. Picture taken December 26, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLYC
April 18, 2008
Blackberry devices are seen in Los Angeles in this March 3, 2006 file photo. A new grass-roots movement...
Los Angeles, Canada
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Blackberry devices are seen in Los Angeles in this March 3, 2006 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files (UNITED STATES)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLY9
April 18, 2008
A journalist looks at her Blackberry communication device on Capitol Hill in Washington in this April...
Washington, UNITED STATES
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A journalist looks at her Blackberry communication device on Capitol Hill in Washington in this April 18, 2007 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Jim Young/Files (UNITED STATES)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLY7
April 18, 2008
People surf the Internet during the annual "Campus Party" Internet users' gathering in Sao Paulo in this...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
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People surf the Internet during the annual "Campus Party" Internet users' gathering in Sao Paulo in this February 13, 2008 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker/Files (BRAZIL)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLY1
April 18, 2008
People use computers inside an Internet cafe in Xining, northwestern China's Qinghai province, in this...
Xining, China
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People use computers inside an Internet cafe in Xining, northwestern China's Qinghai province, in this November 10, 2006 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Simon Zo/Files (CHINA)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLXZ
April 18, 2008
A Google search page is reflected in the eye of a computer user in Leicester, central England, in this...
Leicester, United Kingdom
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A Google search page is reflected in the eye of a computer user in Leicester, central England, in this July 20, 2007 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Darren Staples/Files (BRITAIN)
CHINA
RTRF6BQ
June 22, 2005
A young Chinese 'internet addict' peeps from behind the door of his room at a military hospital in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Young Chinese 'internet addict' peeps from behind door in Beijing.
A young Chinese 'internet addict' peeps from behind the door of his room at a military hospital in Beijing June 22, 2005. A growing number of youth are getting addicted to the Internet as it continues to proliferate in China. China represents the world's second-largest Internet market with 94 million users at the end of 2004, a number expected to rise to 134 million by the end of this year, according to official data. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/DY
CHINA
RTRF6B9
June 22, 2005
A Chinese 'internet addict' reads a book inside his room at a military hospital in Beijing June 22, 2005....
Beijing, China
Chinese 'internet addict' reads book inside room at military hospital in Beijing.
A Chinese 'internet addict' reads a book inside his room at a military hospital in Beijing June 22, 2005. A growing number of youth are getting addicted to the Internet as it continues to proliferate in China. China represents the world's second-largest Internet market with 94 million users at the end of 2004, a number expected to rise to 134 million by the end of this year, according to official data. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/DY
STREETSPACE
RTXJZ4I
September 12, 2000
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - Undated photo of an Internet kiosk provided to retailers by San Francisco-based...
Washington, USA
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - Undated photo of an Internet kiosk provided to retailers by San Francisco-bas.....
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - Undated photo of an Internet kiosk provided to retailers by San Francisco-based STREETSPACE. STREETSPACE Web stations are equipped with free high-speed digital subscriber line (DSL) access. Amusement parks, ballparks, campgrounds, bars, car washes, shopping centres and sports clubs are all offering Web access as kiosks pop up in unlikely places, hoping to grab the attention of Net addicts, professionals and even first-time users.
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