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A decision last May by the US Supreme Court that a California video game related law was unconstitutional was a big legal win for the PC and console game industry. However, the legal fight isn't...
This morning's decision by the US Supreme Court to strike down a California law that would have restricted the sales of some video and PC games with violent content has, as expected, generated lots of...
The United States Supreme Court, in a 7-2 decision, has voted down the California law that would have made selling video and PC games with violent content to minors a crime. The decision in the...
It's going to be literally down to the final day of the US Supreme Court's current term before the nine assembled judges announce their decision in a court case that will affect the entire video...