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2012: Oct-Dec

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New Australian film censor appointed

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Link Here 7th December 2012

Australian Film Classification BoardFormer Cleo magazine writer Lesley O'Brien has been appointed director of the Australian Film Classification Board.

Ms O'Brien has been deputy director since January 2011 and her new three year term begins in January, the government said.

Federal Justice Minister Jason Clare says the former magazine writer and ABC publishing manager has an excellent understanding of classification issues.

Ms O'Brien replaces Donald McDonald, who headed the board for five years.


Nine also said that it had introduced new, stricter rules for presenters, as follows:

  • The Presenters must not touch each other at any time, including kissing.
  • The Presenters must not mention, talk about or refer to any sexual acts or sexually [suggestive] acts.
  • The Presenters must not consume any drink or food on camera.

Even though Nine did not breach any of ACMA's rules, the broadcaster has since stopped airing BabeTV Live.

  Babes in Australia...

Interesting article outline how Australian TV tried out babe channel programming

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Link Here 29th November 2012




29th November  
  Extremist Censors...

  Enhancing Online Safety for Politicians...

Australian opposition coalition publishes discussion paper suggesting that an internet censor be appointed for the protection of children using social networks

Link Here 16th November 2012




16th November Offsite Article:

After a long explanation, Ofcom concluded that, overall and on the specific facts of this case, the news bulletin broadcast at 10:00 on 12 July 2012 was not presented with due impartiality in respect of its treatment of the Syrian conflict. Ofcom therefore recorded a breach of Rule 5.1 of the Code.

Ofcom noted that this breach follows other breaches of Section Five recorded against the Licensee in Bulletin 213 . Ofcom is therefore requiring the Licensee to attend a meeting to explain its compliance procedures in this area.

 Update: Bad Ideas Filtered Out...

Australia abandons its general internet blocking policy in favour of blocking child porn only

Link Here 9th November 2012




9th November  

 Offsite Article: Censorship Overkill...

Link Here 8th November 2012
Legal Opinion: Queensland's R18+ legislation is sensible, but already dated

See article from games.on.net


Organizers said in a statement: Performances of Corpus Christi at Hytirio theater will stop. It was not our intention to provoke ‘religious sentiment’ or to create tensions. They said they were sorry that people ended up being beaten and abused because of the play. They said they respected the Greek Orthodox Church, which had objected to the play’s showing.

The Athens premiere of the play on Oct. 11 after opponents led by Golden Dawn staged a protest in which a journalist who was using his mobile phone to video it was beaten.

  Father's Day...

Banned in Australia

Link Here 2nd November 2012


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