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18 October 2013 – Classification review announced for the review of the Australian Communication Media Authority decision INV-0000-3781

18 October 2013: Classification review announced for the review of the Australian Communication Media Authority decision INV-0000-3781

The Classification Review Board has received an application to review a decision of the Board in relation to content referred by the Australian Communication Media Authority (ACMA).

ACMA INV-0000-3781 was classified R 18+ on 1 October 2013. Material classified R 18+ is legally restricted to adults and some material classified R 18+ may be offensive to sections of the adult community. Under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 online R 18+ classified material is subject to specific access restrictions.

The Classification Review Board will meet on 23 October 2013 to consider the application.

The Classification Review Board issued a media release with more information about the pending review available. You can view this release in the Media Releases section.

The decision will be published in the Classification Review Board Decisions area of this site.

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