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Video Games Deserve Free Speech Protection, Groups Argue

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and The Progress & Freedom Foundation (PFF) on Monday said that they had filed an amicus brief with the court arguing that industry video game content rating systems are enough to protect minors and that video games deserve the full free speech protection afforded to other media like books, music, theater productions, and films.

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