Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Video Games First Amendment Rights
Posted on Monday, June 27 @ 10:43:25 PST by Daniel Bischoff
You know, I always thought to myself, "Hey, I could be a judge." You know, sit around and tell everyone what it's like: "Sit down and shut up! You're stupid, and you're stupid! Pay him and leave him alone! You can't handle the truth!" Yeah, that'd be the life. Being a judge would be really easy.
Take this California V. Electronic Software Association case, which can be summed by "Shut up, California! You can't have everything you want! Fix the damn deficit instead of trying to keep gamers down!" That's basically what the Supreme Court said... you know, with a lot less attitude and with more words that actually pertained to the case.
In a release, the ESA president and CEO Michael D. Gallagher said:
The Supreme Court of the United States upheld decision in lower courts with a 7-2 decision. Justice Scalia wrote for the majority:
IN YOUR FACE CALIFORNIA!!! WOOOOOOO!!!
[Full Argument Text (PDF LINK)]
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