Editorial: a square PEGI in a round hole?

Jordan Garland: Ever since its inception in 1912, the British Board of Film Classification has been the stalwart shining beacon of hope in an otherwise filthy sea of puerile perversion, or so the legend goes. Nowadays there is relatively little debate as to the clarity and the purpose of the system and has been legally binding since the Video Recordings Act of 1984, which sought that all commercially available video recordings had to be certified by the BBFC in order to receive a release.

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