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Video Games in the United States have freedom of speech

U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 27 that the video is distributed by the First Amendment of the Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech. This decision is supported by seven judges, two will vote

U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 27 that the video is distributed by the First Amendment of the Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech. This was reported in the press release Entertainment Consumers Association, Received `Tapes. This decision is supported by seven judges, two voted against. Thus, the Supreme Court equated videogames to books, movies and music. The reason for the trial was an attempt to California Governor Jerry Brown to ban the sale of children video games that contain scenes of violence. Aspects of the process were Governor Brown and the American Association of sales of entertainment software. Consumers Association launched a wide campaign in favor of video games have recognized the product of intellectual labor, that is subject to First Amendment. The campaign included mass demonstrations and collect signatures on an online petition. According to CNN, members of the association stated that the existing system is currently age ratings `adequate` enough to ensure that parents themselves can get an idea about the content of a video game. This is not the first attempt to representatives of the American authorities to restrict or prohibit the sale of video games with scenes of violence. Thus, the US-Canadian organization Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), which assigns game age ratings, was founded in 1994 as a result of Congressional hearings on the impact of the moral atmosphere in society such games as Mortal Kombat and Doom

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