Violent Video Game Legal Battle Could Cost California Another $1.1 Million

Now that the smoke has cleared and the video game industry stands triumphant over the state of California in the Supreme Court battle over making it a crime to sell violent games to minors, the Entertainment Software Association needs to pay its lawyers. Why hello there, California taxpayers. » 7/25/11 12:20pm 7/25/11 12:20pm

First Amendment Trumps California in Supreme Court Battle Over Violent Video Games

The Supreme Court sided with the video game industry today, declaring a victor in the six-year legal match between the industry and the California lawmakers who wanted to make it a crime for anyone in the state to sell extremely violent games to kids. » 6/27/11 10:23am 6/27/11 10:23am

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Monday's Expected Supreme Court Decision Will Tell America How Much Free Speech Protection Video Games Deserve

Monday will be a day that could radically change the status of video games in the United States. We're expecting the Supreme Court of the United States to finally issue a ruling, based on arguments they (and we) heard back in November, about whether the state of California can make it a crime to sell extremely violent… » 6/24/11 10:00pm 6/24/11 10:00pm