Utah Congressman stops support of violent game law after Supreme Court ruling

After the Supreme Court struck down a California law that would fine retailers for selling M rated games to minors, a Utah representative has said he will not make the passing of a similar law in his state a priority.  The law, passed in 2008 and drafted by Jack Thompson, allowed parents to sue stores for false advertising if they sold the violent games to tykes. The rep, Michael Morley, says that...

Supreme Court rules against violent game ban by California Law

Though news about the law has been quiet for awhile, the law to ban the sale of violent video games to minors was still kicking around slightly in the American justice system. Though the law had already been ruled against in the lower courts, the Supreme Court itself has issued it’s ruling about the case. Brown v. The Entertainment Merchants Association has once again been ruled against, wit...

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