EFA’s campaign for a R18+ rating for computer and video games

Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) today urged state governments to continue the momentum for classification reform, following a lack of agreement by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General to establish an adults-only classification for computer games. Currently, computer games that would be … Continue reading

There have been some very interesting developments in the last week in the push to finally reform the classification system to create an R-18+ rating for computer games. It's an issue that has languished for years despite overwhelming public support. … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia today welcomed the Government's announcement that it supports an adults-only category for computer games, ahead of a meeting of Australian attorneys-general this Friday. "In banning all games that are not suitable for children, Australia is an outlier … Continue reading

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This post is written by Michael Meloni, from Somebody Think of the Children, for our series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign … When I was fifteen some friends … Continue reading

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This post is written by David Harrison, the editor of AusGamers, for our series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA's 2010 Fundraising Campaign ... I've lost count of the number of times … Continue reading

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