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The Government Plans to Implement Online Video Ratings

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Are you worried about what your children are watching online? Would you like to know what they're watching before you leave the room? Well, you may be in luck: YouTube and other online video-sharing sites plan to implement age ratings under a government-backed plan that they hope will protect kids from inappropriate violent and sexually explicit content.

The government is still in the process of figuring out how this would work but they have formed a working group that they hope will sort it out.

To read more about this new rating system, click here.

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