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Uh oh! Hip Hop Gamer is ECA's brand ambassador


Don't tell him to shut up or he'll call you a bad name
Feb 06
Update: Heather Ellertson, vice president of marketing at the ECA, provided this response via email and Facebook: Gerard approached us wanting to know what he could do to help the cause. He's in the process of turning his li... read
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There's been a lot going on at the intersection of gaming and politics recently. SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, and now CISPA, our recent Supreme Court win, and the like have given us all a lot of reason to hope and to remain on our guard... read feature

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Defending games and gamers isn’t easy. Sometimes it’s the popular press whipped into frenzy by politicians looking for a scapegoat and sometimes it’s corporations looking to squeeze a few extra bucks to make... read feature

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Hal Halpin, CISPA, and YOU


Apr 27
Most of our readers will remember our SOPA/PIPA blackout in January. Destructoid was joined by little-known sites like Wikipedia to protest the twin bills SOPA and PIPA that were working their way through the US House and Sen... read
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Donating money to oppose SOPA on the industry's behalf


Jan 14
Over the holidays, I received a package from THQ, just one among many pieces of swag and nonsense that publishers ply bloggers with on a regular basis. However, unlike the usual bits of miscellanea, this was something a bit m... read
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Destructoid joins PIPA/SOPA Blackout Protest on 18th


Jan 12
When your kids say "Where were you when the government made the internet lame?" you'll hopefully respond with unflinching certainty: "raising hell." On January 18th members of the House Committee will be discussing PIPA/SOPA ... read
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Recently, we've been chatting quite a bit about the Entertainment Software Association, and its involvement with SOPA. The ESA is a trade association, looking after the interests of videogames while pretending to fight for fr... read feature

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There has been growing concern over Bill S.978, a proposed "Anti-Streaming" bill that seeks to make felons of those who stream live entertainment without the permission of license holders. The concerns have extended to g... read feature

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ECA wants you to inform the President about gaming


Jul 27
In case you don't watch the news or read a newspaper to stay up-to-date on current trends -- sadly, this is becoming an ever-increasing population -- the United States is in the middle of revamping its healthcare system. A ma... read






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