The Classification Board (CB) is an Australian statutory classification and
censorship body formed by the Australian Government which classifies films,
video games and publications for exhibition, s...
Responsible for the classifying of films and videos, computer games and
publications in accordance with Commonwealth, State and Territory legislation ...
The Government body responsible for classifying publications that may need to
be restricted or banned in New Zealand.
Game Classification Information from the Office of Film and Literature ... all films,
computer games and publications that are exhibited, sold or hired in Australia.
Australia's censorship system is often the subject of controversy. .... The Office of
Film and Literature Classification was established in 1988 to incorporate the ...
The Office of Film and Literature Classification. Whatever the OFLC may claim,
the censorship system they are part of is not just about "protecting children".
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Nov 7, 2013 ... 45 Second CSA - OFLC Classifications (2005) ... Australia's Office of Film &
Literature Classification (the Government department who do all the ...
A "G" movie rating in Australia doesn't indicate the movie is intended for children,
... 1988 - Commonwealth Office of Film & Literature Classification established
The Australian Classification Board or ACB statutory classification body which ...
the Office of Film and Literature Classification, the organization took over direct
control from the OFLC, replacing them as the classification system in Australia.
... in Australia, supported by the Classification Review Board which reviews films,
... by parent agency, the Australian Office of Film and Literature Classification, ...