There's a new non-profit organization that you might be interested in hearing about. It was started by the Entertainment Consumers Agency and represents you, the gamers. This ECA Institute will work on the gaming side of research, programming and policy development.
“We’re very excited about the launch of the Institute, as it provides a whole host of new services and support toward very important issue areas to us,” said ECA founder, Hal Halpin.
“The Institute enables us to work with existing and new supporters in different ways than the Entertainment Consumers Association can and, as a result, will make advancing the wants and needs of gamers more effective. It is an interesting collaborative environment that will yield some truly impressive results and affect change in wholly new and compelling ways.”
Check out their new Web page for details on some of their initiatives, which includes Net Neutrality, game violence, universal broadband, and much more.