In-Depth Analysis of the Supreme Court's Ruling On Violent Video Games

Buy Poe writes: "[Earlier this week], the U.S. Supreme Court brutally gunned down a California law that would have gruesomely slashed the rights of video game developers and publishers by preventing the sale of violent video games to minors. It also made a formal statement that the First Amendment definitely applies to video games with a 7-2 ruling. Although gamers see this as instinctively the right thing to do, the Supreme Court provided a thirty-five page document explaining exactly why this particular law deserved a finishing move. Here are some of the more important issues raised against the law known as BROWN v. ENTERTAINMENT MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION.

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