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Federal Minister for Home Affairs, Brendan O'Connor, has sought to distance the government’s push for an R18+ classification for video games from the mass violence in Norwayat the weekend.
The IT community has blasted the Federal Government's proposed mandatory Internet filter, and remains cautious but warm to the $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN).
Australia's Attorney-Generals have remained coy on whether classification reform for video games will be considered before the federal election.
The Attorney General’s department is about to be inundated with submissions calling for the introduction of an R18+ classification for electronic games. Electronics Boutique retail outlets across Australia and the Group Up Australia website collected submissions this month in response to a Federal Government discussion paper on the introduction of an R18+ classification for computer games in Australia.
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