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    Re: Supreme Court Watch 2010-2011

    It would seem very difficult for the court to uphold those. I expect some sort of odd "framer" argument to pop up in the minority there somehow, regardless.
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    The restrictive law in CA related to video game sales was struck down. A ruling I do agree with.

    The logic followed the same line of thought involved in restricting book and and all other form of...
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    I'm going to reveal my total ignorance here. What other methods of testing ARE there?

    I think the initial point still stands that lack of use of a unconventional method that gains mainstream...
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    From the summary, the case was in '93. Recall that the very first use of DNA in a trial was in '87. DNA testing has become far more commonplace (and more reliable) since the time this occurred.
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    It's the right decision.

    Too bad they are so repugnant. It's only a very small handful of people and I hold out hope that they will eventually dissolve within a generation or two.
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    I do play video games, so maybe I am biased.

    But it's pretty clear it is not real. Many cite "Mortal Kombat" for using photographed sprites of people and 'finishing moves'... but what part of a...
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    Re: Supreme Court Watch 2010-2011

    That's exactly the problem. The video game industry is not as well organized and does not have the lobbying power in place that other mediums have. As a result, it tends to be an easy target for...
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    Re: Supreme Court Watch 2010-2011

    Sellers already voluntarily card purchasers of M rated games.

    Passing a law about it is just excessive as no one has passed laws abut movies or music. And no one has passed a law forbidding...
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    It's a very difficult issue.

    Nobody really approves of anything they say, but what legal route can you take to silence them that cannot be abused?
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