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The refusal of the Office of Film and Literature Classification to have an R-rating for computer games has long rankled game fans and free speech advocates.


"At least 55 per cent of game players are adult." To civil liberties group Electronic Frontiers Australia, the issue is about freedom of speech.

"It simply boils down to the fact that we believe that Australian adults should have access to R-rated computer games in the same way they are allowed to access R-rated movies," says its executive director, Irene Graham.



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