Monday, 31 March 2008

Video game censorship for the public to decide

If you read my previous post, you would have figured out that the appropriate governing bodies for though control met to decide if we should have a R18+ rating for video games. The meeting happened, but a decision wasn't made. What they did decide upon was to open it up to the public to decide.

This is a refreshing change, and I hope the majority of games (who according to the article are now over 28 years old) voice their opinion, and the it doesn't get side-tracked by some high-morality group that doesn't understand anything about modern technology.

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