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[ June 23rd 2005 ]

New research carried out by Swiss firm Modulum on behalf of ELSPA suggests that many parents are shirking their responsibility for content control by ignoring age classifications awarded to games containing violent or offensive material, Games Industry reports this morning.

According to Modulum chief executive Jurgen Freund, the study found a high awareness of the existence of videogame age ratings both among young gamers and among their parents - but parents tend to "divorce themselves" from active involvement in deciding what their children play. Follow the below hyperlink for the complete article care of Games Industry.

New research shows parents ignoring game classifications

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