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The Australian State Attorneys General have met to discuss (among other pressing matters) the submissions provided to a discussion paper on the introduction of an R18+ Classification for Interactive Entertainment.  Despite 98% pro-submissions for the rating introduction, the AG department has asked for more deliberation time on the matter.  This has bemused the iGEA (interactive games & entertainment association), including CEO Ron Curry who spoke to iTWire.

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The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA) realises that the current call for discussion submissions on the introduction of a R18+ Classification for video games is  an opportunity that cannot go unheeded.
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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 05:50

Australian Games Industry applauds R18+ discussion

While we bluster about in the wake of the ISP-Level Filter go-ahead, the Attorney General’s Department finally released the public discussion paper for introduction of an interactive entertainment R18+ Classification.  Unsurprisingly, the Australian Games Industry is happy about this.

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