The following amicus brief for INTERACTIVE DIGITAL SOFTWARE ASS’N, et al. v. ST. LOUIS COUNTY, et al. concerns when, as in this case, a court relies on commonly held but mistaken beliefs about a proven causative link between violent entertainment and violent behavior to uphold a censorship law. NCAC and others file this brief pursuant to F.R.A.P. 29, in an effort to assist the court in understanding the “media effects” debate.

You can read the brief here.