- Jun 28, 2017
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I am more concerned about the larger aim, building walls around the country, and it seems to be widely supported. I see it more like they want to take peoples voices away.According to reports, the National Assembly vote was 189 in favour, 35 against, and no abstentions.
According to the government, the aim is to protect children from sexually-explicit material, and curb hate speech and revenge porn.
If it was the SSA, not much to do.Is this as much about them wanting to stop people criticizing the government as it is about the crack down on pornography?
We classify films, DVDs, computer games and certain publications through the imposition of age restrictions, and the giving of consumer advice.
andBalancing the right to freedom of expression with an obligation to protect children from exposure to potentially disturbing, harmful and inappropriate materials
but,Protecting children from sexual exploitation in media content in order to educate the broader South African society to make informed choices
maintaining relevance in accordance with the values and norms of our society, how? How do they establish the values and norms through which 'exact' research? Basically they want to control change by classification, South Africa's authenticity.Maintaining relevance to the values and norms of South African society through scientific research