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Classification Office submission on the Government discussion paper Content Regulation in a Converged World

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16 October 2015

The Classification Office has made a submission in response to the Government's discussion document Content Regulation in a Converged World (published on 25 August, 2015).

The Classification Office submission — Balancing Freedom of Expression with Public Safety in a Digital Age — sets out the essential elements of a more modern regulatory regime for entertainment and information and suggests areas where changes to the current regulatory arrangements may be required in both the short and longer term.

Read the Classification Office submission: Balancing Freedom of Expression with Public Safety in a Digital Age 1,573kb

Read the Government discussion paper: Content Regulation in a Converged World 971kb

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If you have any feedback about our submission, you can find us on Facebook and Twitter, or contact us by phone on 0508 236 767, or by email at info@classificationoffice.govt.nz.

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