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Summary: EFA and AusGamers R18+ Submission
Date: 28 Feb 10
Filename: 2010-EFA-AusGamers-R18_Submission.pdf
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Electronic Frontiers Australia and AusGamers strongly believe that it is time that Australia accepts that games are not just for children – that games are a highly expressive media capable of conveying complex adult themes that are not suitable for children but which should not be banned.

We believe that Australians are capable of making responsible choices about what games we play and what games we allow our children to play. We believe, crucially, that introducing an R18 rating will help parents and all Australians make more informed choices by providing a clear indicator of video game content and aligning games classification more closely with film classification.

This submission, presented in conjunction by the EFA and AusGamers, hopes to clearly and concisely explain the value of creating an R18 classification, and the risks in not doing so.
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