Supreme Court OK With Violent Video Games; Porn Still Illegal (for Minors)

Is it hypocritical of the Supreme Court to allow violent video games to be sold to minors, while continuing to ban depictions of sex?

Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association isn't just about video games. Within the decision, concurring opinion, and two dissents lie a host of issues, from whether pornography is really worse than depictions of violence to whether minors have any free speech rights at all (Clarence Thomas says, essentially, no). There's a discussion of whether the inherent interactive nature of games makes them different from previous media, and an acknowledgement that ... Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Dwight Rousu - Jun 29, 2011 - 1:51 AM PDT
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by Jigar Purohit - Jun. 29, 2011

yes, both things stuck or divert human mind so that is right decesion

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