The IP Law Minute - Supreme Court Rules on Violent Videogames

In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected California's argument that it's law prohibiting the sale and rental of violent videogames to minors was constitutional and instead declared the law null. Minor fans of such games were heartenend by the ruling and ran out to their local stores to make some hurried purchases.

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