Monday, June 27, 2011

SCOTUS strikes down California video game law

One study, for example, found that children who had just finished playing violent video games were more likely to fill in the blank letter in “explo_e” with a “d” (so that it reads “explode”) than with an “r” (“explore”). The prevention of this phenomenon, which might have been anticipated with common sense, is not a compelling state interest.

Tons of funny stuff in this judgement striking down California's ability to legislate video game sales to minors.

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