The V-Chip Debate: Content Filtering from Television to the Internet

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want to use it. The work that needs to be done will not only have to check the technological feasibility of the system but also the viewer's willingness to implement it. It is possible that a more rigorous approach to labeling and providing information may be the most logical way forward, especially on a pan-European dimension.


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The Broadcasting Standards Commission came into effect on April 1, 1997, as the result of the merger between two bodies -- the Broadcasting Standards Council and the Broadcasting Complaints Commission. The Standards Council previously dealt only with standards issues while the Complaints Commission dealt with complaints regarding fairness and unwarranted infringement of privacy in a broadcast program.
2.
See for example, "Regulating for Changing Values," Broadcasting Standards Commission, Working Paper No. 1 ( 1997).
3.
"Young People and the Media," Broadcasting Standards Council, Working Paper No. 13 ( 1996).
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Broadcasting Standards Council, "Trend Data" ( 1995).
5.
"Television: The Public's View," Independent Television Commission ( 1996) and "Regulating for Changing Values," Broadcasting Standards Commission, Working Paper No. 1 ( 1997).
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"Young People and the Media," Broadcasting Standards Council, Working Paper No. 13 ( 1996).

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