Tag Archives: US Supreme Court
Tue, Jul 26, 2011 | 14:04 BST
After losing its bid to impose a law that would make the sale of mature-rated games to minors illegal, the state of California has been asked to reimburse the Electronic Software Association for the industry body’s role in the lobbying.
Sun, Jun 26, 2011 | 10:18 BST
Back in November 2010, the US Supreme Court Justices weighed in on the videogame violence bill written by California state Senator Leland Yee which was supported by the state’s former-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The case is to be ruled on by the end of June, so sometime by the end of next week, we should know something regarding whether or not California will be able to legally limit the sale of what it considers violent video games to minors or not. We’ll keep you posted. Via MTV. [pic]
Sat, Jun 25, 2011 | 16:34 BST
Supreme Court Justices weighed in on the videogame violence bill written by California state Senator Leland Yee and supported by the state’s governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and if you look over the transcripts, it honestly doesn’t look like the bill sits well with the justices based on its vagueness, yet it still allowed the case to be submitted for consideration.
Wed, Oct 20, 2010 | 20:05 BST
The head of Insomniac Games, Ted Price, has taken to his company website to urge games media to focus on the bigger picture.