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"Digital drugs," otherwise known as binaural beats, have sparked an outcry in Lebanon, with the Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi calling Thursday for legal measures to be taken against the product.Rifi called on State Prosecutor Samir Hammoud Thursday to take necessary legal measures to halt the prevalence of "digital drug" users in Lebanon. The phenomenon has received mixed reports from doctors and specialists, with some claiming that the digital drug may have detrimental effects on its users, while others claim that it may yield certain benefits.The government, however, is wary of an increased prevalence of this phenomenon, especially since the digital drugs are so readily available.
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