What are RSS Feeds?
RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication. RSS Feeds are used to publish frequently updated works in a standardised format.
RSS Feeds from classification.gov.au include the latest classification decisions and upcoming releases added to the National Classification Database (NCD). This means you can subscribe and automatically get updated with the latest classification decisions added to the NCD as soon as they are available.
Which RSS Feeds can I subscribe to?
There are several different RSS Feeds you can subsribe to. These feeds are:
- all new decisions that are published each night on classification.gov.au
Latest film decisions
- all new film decisions (including cinema, DVD, Bluray, etc) that are published each night on classification.gov.au
Latest literature decisions
- all new literature decisions (including magazines, calendars, etc) that are published each night on classification.gov.au
- all new cinema decisions that have a future release date and are published on classification.gov.au
How can I subscribe?
All you need to do is click on the RSS logo to subscribe to to the Latest Decisions feed, then 'Subscribe'. You need to have a Feed Reader installed on your computer to view the feeds.
For the other feeds, hover over the RSS logo, and options will appear - just click on the option you want, and 'Subscribe'.