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US Supreme Court rules video games are protected speech
US Supreme Court rules video games are protected speech

In a 7-2 decision handed down on Monday, the US Supreme Court struck down California's violent video game law and ruled that video games are protected speech covered by the First Amendment. The California law banned the sale and rental of violent video games to minors.

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US actor Peter Falk dies aged 83

US actor Peter Falk died on Thursday at his home in Beverly Hills, California after a struggle with Alzheimer's disease.

American television producer Sherwood Schwartz dies aged 94
American television producer Sherwood Schwartz dies aged 94

Television producer and creator of shows The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island Sherwood Schwartz has died at the age of 94.


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