Jun 272011

In Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Assn. the Supreme Court ruled that video games are protected by free speech.  In this 7-2 ruling the Court rejected the idea that video games qualify for special regulation because of their interactive nature, calling it “unprecedented and mistaken.”  It continued:

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