Updated monastic code warns against too much internet

Updated monastic code warns against too much internet - May 20, 2004
From Boingboing.net: The updated Pratimoksha (Buddhist Monastic Code) via Vietnamese Buddhist sources was posted on the net and has direction about spending too much idle time on the net:
44. A bhikshu who has his private e-mail account with the result that he spends an inordinate amount of time in making unnecessary communications or communications which foster attachment commits an offence for which he must express regret...
46. A bhikshu who plays electronic games including those on the computer, commits an offence for which he must express regret.
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