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

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The National Cable Television Association, which funded the study, determined which kinds of programming would be included in the content analysis.
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The design team consisted of Mr. Glenn Ochsnreiter of the Software Publisher's Association ( Washington, DC), Mr. Jim Green of Shareware Testing, Laboratories( Indianapolis, IN), and myself.

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