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Australian Council on Children and the Media

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Adelaide protests about film showing March 24, 2015

The film Fifty Shades of Grey is to be screened at Glenelg’s Openair Cinema on Thursday 26 March, and the Australian Christian Lobby and other concerned groups fear that children will be exposed to the MA15+ rated film which features sexual violence. Glenelg Openair movies do not start until sundown read more »

'Guidelines for Good Gaming' seminar a great success March 23, 2015

This seminar for parents took place on Thursday 19 March at Mercedes College in Adelaide, South Australia and was attended by a wide range of interested people including parents, teachers and some senior students. The MC was the very entertaining Amanda Blair. The two speakers were Prof Leon Straker- Professor read more »

Alastair MacGibbon appointed Children’s e-Safety Commissioner March 19, 2015

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, Paul Fletcher, announced today that leading online safety expert Alastair MacGibbon has been appointed to the role of Children’s e-Safety Commissioner. Read the full media release Watch an interview with Alastair MacGibbon read more »

National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence March 19, 2015

The fifth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence will be held on Friday, 20 March 2015.This annual day provides a focus for all schools to strengthen their existing everyday messages that bullying and violence are not okay at any time. More information on the day and how read more »

Facebook clarifies its Community Standards March 17, 2015

The social networking site has updated its "community standards" policies, explaining its position on controversial topics such as hate speech from terrorist groups, cyberbullying, nudity and use of real names. Today's release from their newsroom says "While our policies and standards themselves are not changing, we have heard from people that read more »