November 8, 2004
The Taiwanese Government Information Office has announced plans to introduce an Internet content rating system. Content will be classified into four major categories — 1) general, 2) protection (barring kids under six), 3) PG-18 (barring those aged under 12, accompanying parents or other adults for those aged between 12 and 18), and 4) restricted (adults only). City and county governments will be in charge of enforcing the ratings system.
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