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Censorship Law COVER-UP in Australia (Game Banning D-bag Michael Atkinson is at it again)

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Published on Jan 17, 2010

South Australian Attorney-General Michael Atkinson, the ass-stain responsible for holding back, and effectively banning mature themed video games from Australian adults is at it again, this time he thinks critically acclaimed awesomely good films like fight club and three kings need to be hidden from view. WHY? well, because he's batshit insane and he thinks Australian Adults are stupid children. HEY MIKE! WE DO NOT WANT A NANNY-STATE YOU IGNORANT PRICK!

"FILM distributors are alarmed by new laws that quietly came into effect in South Australia this week restricting the promotion and display of R-rated movies.
Adults aged over 18 seeking to buy or borrow a copy of Mad Max, the acclaimed desert war drama Three Kings, starring George Clooney, the Brad Pitt classic Fight Club or the 2009 Blu Ray release of Sasha Baron Cohen's fashion parody Bruno will now find them in plain packaging displaying nothing more than the film's title.
The rule will apply to titles for sale or rent unless those titles are quarantined from all other audiovisual materials, in an area signposted with a warning.
Under changes to the state's classification act, which came into effect on Sunday, businesses will face fines of up to $5000 for displaying a "poster, pamphlet or other printed material" for films classified R18+."
Full article here;
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/...

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