|Thursday, 21 July 2011 17:06|
National Classification System Review
Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission
Prepared by Lynn Gailey
In this submission, the Music Council states that it considers the current mix of mechanisms that comprise the national classification scheme as it relates to music have worked effectively for industry, government and the general public. The Music Council is keen to see such amendments to the current system as may be deemed appropriate and necessary continue to deliver accessible and easily understood content advice to consumers that enables them to exercise choice consistent with their individual standards, not act as a de facto censorship regime, facilitate Australians’ access to the widest range possible of material from here and abroad and underpin the flourishing of the arts in Australia.
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