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“Inside Nintendo’s Plan to Save Video Games from Congress” by Patrick Klepek via Waypoint It’s weird to think about, but video games didn’t officially become protected expressions of free speech until a 2011 Supreme Court case judged it so. I think what adds to the surrealism of that realization is how prevalent video games were as a topic of discussion in popular discourse leading up to that decision. Violent video games and their effects on children through to “hot coffee,” Grand... Read More Read More