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GamePolitics.com
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URL http://www.gamepolitics.com/
Commercial? No
Type of site Blog
Registration None
Owner Entertainment Consumers Association
Created by Dennis McCauley

GamePolitics.com is a blog about the politics of computer and video games started by freelance journalist Dennis McCauley.[1]

Frequent topics include video game legislation, the effects of media coverage on video games and gamer culture, and stories about high-profile critics and/or supporters of the industry. The activities of Jack Thompson, an activist against violence and/or sex in video games,[2][3][4] are a common subject of discussion.

Some important figures in the gaming field have also posted on the site, including IEMA founder Hal Halpin and attorney Tom Buscaglia, a defender of the gaming industry. Thompson occasionally posts comments as well.

On 2006-10-25, it was announced that GamePolitics.com had become part of the Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA).[5]

On 2009-09-14, it was announced that Dennis McCauley has stepped down as head editor for GamePolitics.com, and that Pete Gallagher (former Editor-in-Chief of ECA Today and GameDaily) will be taking the reins.[6]

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GamePolitics.com
URL http://www.gamepolitics.com/
Commercial? No
Type of site Blog
Registration None
Owner Entertainment Consumers Association
Created by Dennis McCauley

GamePolitics.com is a blog about the politics of computer and video games started by freelance journalist Dennis McCauley.[1]

Frequent topics include video game legislation, the effects of media coverage on video games and gamer culture, and stories about high-profile critics and/or supporters of the industry. The activities of Jack Thompson, an activist against violence and/or sex in video games,[2][3][4] are a common subject of discussion.

Some important figures in the gaming field have also posted on the site, including IEMA founder Hal Halpin and attorney Tom Buscaglia, a defender of the gaming industry. Thompson occasionally posts comments as well.

On October 25, 2006, it was announced that GamePolitics.com had become part of the Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA).[5]

On September 14, 2009, it was announced that Dennis McCauley has stepped down as head editor for GamePolitics.com, and that Pete Gallagher (former Editor-in-Chief of ECA Today and GameDaily) will be taking the reins.[6]

See also

References

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