"It's not a code per se. More what you'd call guidelines."
I may have misheard, but didn't a woman working for the French press recently remind everybody that France does not have the legal equivalent of the U.S. First Amendment? Something about how "free speech" in France was a general understanding rather than a right protected under French law...
What's going to be even funnier is the US response to the warrants that are bound to be issued by the International Court for war crimes and "crimes against humanity."
At the very least they'll ruin Dick Cheney's whole day. And that can only be a good thing even though nobody of any importance will ever stand trial as long as the US government can do anything to prevent it.
I find it ironic that the complaint motivating Target and Walmart to pull it was initiated by three people who were offended because of the violence they experienced in real life while engaged in what is also considered by many to be an immoral and/or criminal activity.
Considering some of the bootcamps named are charging fees in the $15K range, I could see where some oversight might be justified. Whether or not the CA government is the best choice to provide said oversight is another matter.
Right now, I think the cost might be a bigger impediment to a would-be coder than anything the government is currently doing.