Tag Archives: Game Censorship

Some of EFA’s campaigns, such as fighting against the Internet Filter and pushing for a R18 rating for video games, can be seen as long-term goals. We’ve been fighting them for a number of years and sometimes it can be … 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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The public consultation on the introduction of an R18+ for computer games closes at the end of the month. Jessi Citizen, on behalf of EFA and in conjunction with Ausgamers, has prepared a draft response to the consultation that sets … Continue reading

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The recent announcement by the government that the mandatory blacklist will explicitly target computer and video games has caused much alarm in Australia. In order to clarify, we have put up a page to quickly cover the issue and which … Continue reading

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A recent article reports that the discussion paper on whether Australia should introduce an R18+ rating for video games is not likely to be released. Australia is the only Western country without an R rating for computer and video games. If … Continue reading

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