Health groups are calling for alcohol advertising to be removed from public transport following the release of the latest report from the Alcohol Advertising Review Board. The report, No way to ignore it: The case for removing alcohol ads from public transport, shows that alcohol advertising on public transport sites read more »
Parents are warned to take notice of the MA15+ rating and the Australian Classification Board guidelines "Strong bloody violence and sex scene" for the movie Deadpool. The latest movie featuring a Marvel character is not for children under 15. ACCM have not reviewed this movie because of its restricted classification read more »
In an update to a 2014 report Aussie teens online, the ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) and the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner have released new research on behaviour and trends of Australian teens online.
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Australia's first Children’s eSafety Commissioner, Alastair MacGibbon, has released a six-month report on the investigations conducted by his office. It shows an alarming rise in the numbers of young people creating fake Facebook and Instagram accounts to send malicious or sexually inappropriate messages to others. Although the main target age read more »
Violent video game play is linked to increased aggression in players but insufficient evidence exists about whether the link extends to criminal violence or delinquency, according to a new American Psychological Association task force report.
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ACCM President, Professor Elizabeth Handsley has been admitted as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law ( AAL). The AAL is a broadly based body, comprising individuals of exceptional distinction in the discipline of law who are committed to the advancement of that discipline and to justice read more »