The gaming habits of The Supreme Court

The supreme-court-gamingJustices of the Supreme Court may not e-mail each other, but that doesn’t mean they don’t know their way around technology.

In a new story on Talking Points Memo, Justice Elena Kagan says the Court studied up for the famous Brown v. EMA case, which resulted in the gaming industry’s First Amendment protections being made crystal clear, by sitting down and trying out these games everyone was talking about.

It went about as you’d expect.

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