The Derpface in the Middle of this Politician's Anti-Video Game Speech…

Here's Rep. Frank Wolf of Virginia, who has served in the House of Representatives since 1978. He chairs the House subcommittee that funds the National Science Foundation. Yesterday he took the floor to complain that the Obama administration was ignoring its friends in the entertainment industry while demonizing the… » 2/27/13 1:30pm 2/27/13 1:30pm

Alarmed By Sandy Hook, U.S. Senator Wants Government To Find Out if…

West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller recently introduced a bill to congress which aims to study the impact of violent video games on children, The Huffington Post reports. Likely, this is a response to the claims that Adam Lanza played video games, and that video games might've negatively influenced Lanza. » 12/19/12 3:00pm 12/19/12 3:00pm

Blackwater Video Game Criticism Leads To Threats Against Congresswoman

Attorneys for the founder of infamous private military company Blackwater are threatening to sue a member of congress over statements she made during an interview about the PMC's bizarrely self-aggrandizing video game Blackwater. » 12/01/11 12:00pm 12/01/11 12:00pm

Wait a Minute, Could Uploading Video of Video Games Really Send You to …

It might in the future, according to one reading of Senate Bill 978, assuming it gets passed. This is a proposed law put before the Senate about a couple months ago, but the games community just sat up and noticed once it read the language and understood the totality of its prohibitions. » 7/02/11 6:00pm 7/02/11 6:00pm

Sony Exec to Testify Before Congress on PlayStation Breach

During the PlayStation Network outage, Sony was asked to appear before a U.S. House of Representatives committee to explain the situation. The company declined, sending an eight-page letter instead. Now it will go before Congress, when the president of Sony Network Entertainment visits a Tuesday hearing to answer… » 5/29/11 2:00pm 5/29/11 2:00pm

Sony Declines To Testify at Congressional Hearings, But is Cooperating …

Sony Computer Entertainment of America declined to testify at a Congressional hearing about the threat of data theft to American consumers, but will continue to work to answer Congressional questions, officials tell Kotaku. » 5/03/11 12:07pm 5/03/11 12:07pm