By now, you’ve probably read our transcript highlights posts from last week in which broke out some of the more lively exchanges from the oral arguments in the case of Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association/Entertainment Software Association, the big Supreme Court case involving the violent video games law in California that would make it illegal for retails to sell M-rated games to minors. But for as entertaining as those exchanges are in print, there’s really nothing quite like hearing them for yourself. Well, thanks to the power of the internet, now you can.
So if you’re in the mood to hear a supremely fascinating and lively discussion about the Constitutional rights of video games, I highly recommend listening to the newly made available Supreme Court audio recording of last Tuesday’s SCOTUS session. Seriously, it’s easily the best thing you’ll hear all week. Of course, I’m a huge law nerd, so…you know.