Activision Joins the Fight to Stop Video Game Censorship

It has been announced by Activision that they have joined the Broad Coalition to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the California law what would ban the sales and rental of certain games to minors under the age of 18. Luckily back then, it was quickly rejected by a federal judge, but that may soon change on November 2nd, when the U.S. Supreme Court hears the case of Schwarzenegger v. EMA.
This is a big deal for not just the video game world, but also the entertainment world, because with this being passed, it can lead to sales restriction (considered unconstitutional) to other mediums like music, movies, and comics.

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JOLLY12888d ago

AT the end of this title is should say "....because it would greatly affect his sales."

Neckbear2888d ago

But hey, a good cause is a good cause, ignoring the motives behind it.

awiseman2888d ago

Although its a good cause, bobby kodi...err..tick is still an idiot.