Even One of The Biggest Critics of Violent Video Games Bashed The NRA…

California State Senator Leland Yee, who took his fight against violent video games all the way to the Supreme Court a couple of years ago and lost, slammed the NRA's odd, new attack on video games. » 12/21/12 2:36pm 12/21/12 2:36pm

Supreme Court Justice Opens Up About Her Vote on California Video Game …

Justice Elena Kagan [back row, far right], whom Stephen Totilo said "did seem to get it" during oral arguments in Brown v. EMA, called the case the most difficult of the Court's most recent term, one in which she felt she was constantly in the wrong no matter her current state of mind. » 8/04/11 11:30pm 8/04/11 11:30pm

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

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 …

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…

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

Both Sides React To The California Game Law Supreme Court Hearing

Oral arguments were heard this morning in the Supreme Court case regarding California's violent video game law, and Stephen Totilo was on the scene to get reactions from California Senator Leland Yee and video game industry lawyer Paul Smith. » 11/02/10 12:40pm 11/02/10 12:40pm

Specter of Censored Fairy Tales, Rap Music Raised in Supreme Court…

The Supreme Court justices appeared highly skeptical of the State of California's arguments today that certain violent video games should be illegal to buy, questioning whether such exceptions would need to be applied to rap music and even Grimm's fairy tales. » 11/02/10 11:40am 11/02/10 11:40am

Mario, Pokemon Represent Among Hundreds At U.S Supreme Court

People started lining up at 5 a.m. today in front of the U.S. Supreme Court for a chance to hear arguments in a landmark case that will decide whether video games should be afforded First Amendment protection. » 11/02/10 9:30am 11/02/10 9:30am

All You Need To Know About This Week's Violent Video Game Case In The…

The United States Supreme Court hears its first ever case about video games this week. The stakes are high. Here's what is happening and why it's happening. » 11/01/10 10:40am 11/01/10 10:40am

Predict How The Supreme Court Will Vote In This Online Fantasy League

This year marks the first anniversary of a Supreme Court fantasy league that a recent law school graduate from Virginia is running online. Participants try to accurately guess all nine justices' votes, collecting badges and achievements for their performance. » 10/20/10 11:30pm 10/20/10 11:30pm

Support The First Amendment With Your Old Game Controllers

With Supreme Court arguments over the California game law beginning next month, the Video Game Voters Network has devised a way of showing the law's author Senator Leland Yee your support for the First Amendment: Mail him your used controllers. » 10/07/10 11:40am 10/07/10 11:40am

Medal of Honor Maker Defends Taliban Renaming, Addresses Free Speech…

The 11th-hour renaming of the playable Taliban fighters as the "Opposing Force" in this month's forthcoming Medal of Honor game is upsetting some gamers who say publisher Electronic Arts isn't standing up for games or free speech. » 10/01/10 12:00pm 10/01/10 12:00pm