Though she “did seem to get it”, when lawyers for California and the games industry were arguing before the Supreme Court, we weren’t sure that Justice Elena Kagan, or justice, played any video games before their landmark Brown vs. EMA decision in 2011. Actually, they did. “It was kind of hilarious,” she told the AP.
Most of the time, a Supreme Court ruling has its intended effect of being the final word on laws, be they good or bad. On some issues, you can count on the defeated side looking for a way around the decision. The Utah state legislator behind an anti-games bill says he won’t pursue it in…