Arnav Jhala

UC Santa Cruz

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Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he heads the Computational Cinematics Studio in the department of Computer Games and Playable Media

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California's law to fine retailers of excessively violent video games was put on hold by a federal judge before rules or regulations had been established.

Videogames: Violence, the Law and California's Economy

California's law to fine retailers of excessively violent video games was put on hold by a federal judge before rules or regulations had been established.

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