by Mike Masnick
Fri, Aug 13th 2010 4:12pm
With the Supreme Court getting ready to hear the case on the constitutionality of California's anti-violent video game law, lots of different folks are preparing their amicus briefs. The National Youth Rights Association is pointing out that most of the people involved in the case -- likely all of the Supreme Court Justices and the lawyers on both sides -- probably aren't gamers. They're looking to put together an amicus brief that shows how video games have important social, artistic and political value -- and so they're asking gamers to help out with some suggestions and examples of finding value in these sorts of games. I figured that a number of the folks in the community here might be able to help out...
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