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An interview on latimes.com talks with California State Senator Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) about video game violence (thanks Neoseeker) in light of the US Supreme Court agreeing to judge the constitutionality of the law Yee authored to prohibit the sale and rental of violent video games to children. Yee presents his case in a reasonable fashion, admitting it's "a fair criticism" that he is attempting to regulate a medium with which he is unfamiliar, but countering: "With a movie you can sit there for two hours and see everything. In these violent games, parents may never fully understand what they contain because you have to be a very sophisticated player to trigger them." He also calls games "artful," saying he would never favor an outright ban:
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