Understanding The True Cost of Video Game Censorship Efforts

The $65,000 that Minnesota had to pay back to the game biz for legal costs incurred in fighting the state's unconstitutional 2006 video game law has been widely covered since the ESA released the news yesterday.

Over at the Technology Liberation Front, Adam Thierer considers the cost from the perspective of what better uses the time and energy expended on the Minnesota law could have been channeled into instead.

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