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Rules of the Game: Schwarzenegger v. EMA’s Arguments (Part I)

In this series, our resident legal brain, Nicholas Sylvain (he really is a sitting judge!) examines Schwarzenegger v. Electronic Merchants Association, the upcoming Supreme Court case that will affect video-game legislation in the United States. The decision will determine if California violent video-game law, which fines retailers for selling violent video games to minors, violates […]

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California’s Violent Video Game Law Under Review By Supreme Court

A case against California’s ban of selling violent video games to minors is currently in the process of being disputed in court. The argument against the law is on behalf of free speech. People argue that the law is “too restrictive” and that the ESRB should suffice in the handling of informing consumer’s purchasing decisions. Oral arguments […]

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