How to complain about the classification of a film, computer game, publication




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National Classification Scheme


The National Classification Scheme is a co-operative arrangement under which the Classification Board classifies films (including videos and DVDs), computer games and certain publications on behalf of the states and territories. The scheme is administered by the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) which supports the work of the Classification Board and Classification Review Board.


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Each state/territory has its own policies and procedures to ensure that classification decisions made by the Classification Board are appropriately enforced.




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