Video Game Law Blog

March 02, 2006

A British MP has re-introduced a private member's bill aimed at limiting the sale of violent video games. The MP, Keith Vaz, has been actively campaigning for a video game crackdown since a murder two years ago which some link to the game Manhunt. He introduced a similar bill last year, which did not get past first reading.

The bill seeks to increase the size of the age certificate on video games and to require more detailed descriptions of the content which led to a game's rating.

Coverage at (The Guardian)