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  • Blog Post: U.S. Justice Sweated Over Brown v. EMA Ruling

    The recent Supreme Court ruling that struck down the California law (Brown v. EMA) that would have banned the sale of violent video games to minors left a lot of gamers and industry professionals breathing a little easier. However, the Supreme Courts Decision wasn’t an easy one. Justice Elena Kagan... More
  • Blog Post: The Terminator Removed From Supreme Court Case

    The whole industry is still eagerly awaiting a ruling on the ESA’s case before the United State Supreme Court regarding a 2005 California video game law. However, as time has marched on, California acquired a new Governor, and this has lead to a change in how the case will be referenced. When the... More
  • Blog Post: ECA Supreme Court Rally In Action

    Video game supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court early this month to make their voices heard, and the ECA recorded the proceedings in this video. If you've been following the drama surrounding the recent Supreme Court case between California and the ESA, you may be interested in this... More
  • Blog Post: Supreme Court Case Transcript

    The recent arguments before the Supreme Court can now be read in their entirety. A long standing tradition has kept cameras out of the Supreme Court, but that doesn't mean you can't get the exact details of what was said. The Supreme Court's website has been updated with a downloadable transcript... More
  • Blog Post: Second Guessing The Supreme Court

    A day before the issue of video game violence goes before the U.S. Supreme Court, what do we know about how the case will be decided? Gamasutra has an excellent and informative article up today regarding the upcoming Supreme Court case; oral arguments begin tomorrow in the most important video game legislation... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Childhood Author Weighs In On Supreme Court Case

    Professor Cheryl K. Olson has some astute observations on how California's law may backfire if it survives the November 2nd Supreme Court case. Industry Gamers has a fascinating article up in which Cheryl K. Olson, author of 2008's Grand Theft Childhood , speaks about the potential problems presented... More
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