Earlier last month, United States Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) pledged to introduce legislation to combat microtransactions in games that were marketed to children. Senator Hawley soon followed through by introducing the Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act with bipartisan support from Senators Ed Markey (D-MA) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT).On its face, the Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act seems like a reasonable piece of legislation. However, I am very much not a lawyer, and some passages of the bill’s text raised questions that I was ill-equipped to answer. That’s why I reached out to Ryan Morrison of Morrison Rothman LLP and Zachary Strebeck of Strebeck Law, two attornies who specialize in the legal issues surrounding video games and digital entertainment. (Morrison Rothman LLP Associate Adam Gertz composed the majority of the responses from his firm.) Unfortunately for all of us, Senator Hawley introduced the Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend. After some time, the two of them got back to me. It turns out the what I had thought was a pretty clear-cut bill … isn’t so clear at all. The Legality of Selling Cosmetics Under 2 (7) (B) “Exclusion”, it states that cosmetic… Read full this story
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