Despite impending construction plans at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the ESA has renewed its partnership with LA for three more years
The Entertainment Software Association, more commonly known as the ESA, has announced that the state of California will be reimbursing around $950,000 for legal expenses made during the US Supreme Court case in June 2011. The ruling in this case granted videogames the same protection with regards to freedom of speech as enjoyed by media […]
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) has been quickly losing favor in the House for the past week. After being “shelved” from further discussion three days ago, it was recently announced that 13 members of Congress have withdrawn their support for its sister legislation The Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). Republican Senators Marco Rubio (FL) […]
The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Entertainment Merchants Association today, in a historic case that resulted in video games being granted the same first amendment rights as books, films, and music. More information on the ruling is included after the jump.