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Post by Dan @ 03:38pm 05/02/10 | 3 Comments
The hard-working folks over at the EFA (Electronic Frontiers Australia) have let us know that their discussion paper - an in-depth submission for the Attorneys-General's public consultation process - is now online for public viewing.

The document was drafted by AusGamers contributor, Jessi Citizen, whom many of you may know from her past work over on ISP Internode's Games On Net site and presently at 18 pages, provides an incredibly in-depth overview and analysis of the Australian videogames rating system and the need for an R18+ classification.

Additionally, EFA are providing the opportunity for community contribution to their submission. So if you have any comments or suggestions you can submit them via the Google Docs interface.

This is a thoroughly recommended read for anyone interested in educating themselves on the topic or contributing to the cause, so head over to efa.org.au for all the details - including detailed information on how to put together your own submission (if you haven't already).

r18+refused classificationefa

Latest Comments
Posted 06:28pm 05/2/10
An excellent read, and definitely outlines some of the largely heard accusations and also the not so well known ones. Hopefully this will turn heads when it is published.
Tim Tibbetts
Posted 06:44pm 05/2/10
Good read, nothing new though but well written.
Posted 07:56pm 08/2/10
At least something is happening!
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