U.S. Supreme Court Kicks Gaming's $1.4M Request For Cash to Lower Court

The U.S. Supreme Court today declined to rule on a request by the video game industry for $1.4 million in attorneys' fees tied to the landmark video game freedom of speech decision earlier this year, opting instead to kick the request down to the circuit courts. » 10/03/11 11:55am 10/03/11 11:55am

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

The Archbishop of Denver Tells You about Violent Video Games and the…

In this essay originally penned for First Things, Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput discusses the recent Supreme Court decision that granted video games First Amendment protection. Opening with his memories of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, Chaput is clearly against the decision. » 7/05/11 3:00pm 7/05/11 3:00pm

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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Is This The Year's Most Liberal Video Game?

Sure, video games let us shoot at Fidel Castro and play as former Presidents, but where's the game that attacks our favorite conservative Supreme Court Justices? If you don't mind spoilers or hate the Citizens United decision, keep reading. » 11/18/10 5:00pm 11/18/10 5:00pm

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