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Activision has gone out and hired a lobbyist — one of the biggest lobbying firms in Washington — for representation when US Senator Jay Rockefeller’s violent video games bill, which would order research into any causal links between violent video games and violent behaviour, comes to the US Senate floor.
Here’s MP Frank Wolf of Virginia, who has served in the US House of Representatives since 1978. He chairs the House subcommittee that funds the National Science Foundation. Yesterday he took the floor to complain that the Obama administration was ignoring its friends in the entertainment industry while demonizing the National Rifle Association, which is baloney.
US Democratic congressman Jim Matheson has introduced a bill known as “H.R. 287″, which is the latest attempt to introduce tighter controls on the way video games are sold in the United States.
During the PlayStation Network outage, Sony was asked to appear before a U.S. House of Representatives committee to explain the situation. The company declined, sending an eight-page letter instead. Now it will go before Congress, when the president of Sony Network Entertainment visits a Tuesday hearing to answer questions.
Planned prior to hacker’s breach of the Playstation Network, a hearing just kicked off in the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade to discuss the threat of data theft. This is the hearing Sony declined to testify during. You can watch it live here right now.