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The Federal Government will launch a new classification website on Wednesday, November 13.
The assistant secretary of the communications and the arts departments' classification branch, Aaron O'Neill, emailed "key stakeholders" on Tuesday, November 12, to advise them of the new website.
In the email, Mr O'Neill said the website "will provide a faster and easier way for consumers and industry to access ratings and consumer advice for films and computer games, as well as information about the classification system".
"Clear and trusted classification information enables the Australian community, particularly those caring for children and young people, to make informed choices about film and computer games and avoid unsuitable content," Mr O'Neill said in the email.
The email listed some of the benefits of the website as:
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