Prof. William Ford on Video Gaming Law Featured on Constitutional Law Blog

Posted December 20, 2012 by

Dec. 20 - Constitutional Law Prof Blog

Professor William Ford interrogates the scientific and social scientific underpinnings of video game regulation.  In his article The Law and Science of Video Game Violence: What Was Lost in Translation?, forthcoming in Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, available in draft on ssrn, Ford ultimately agrees with the Court's conclusion in Entertainment Merchants Association, given that "the First Amendment interests at stake in these cases outweighed the speculative possibility that a legislature is better able to assess scientific evidence than the courts."

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