Content Under Pressure

Rockwell, Mark
September 2005
Wireless Week;9/15/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 19, p27
Trade Publication
Focuses on the efforts of the National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families, a family group in the U.S. that has been active in broadcast media decency issues, to push for more control over how advancing wireless services can be accessed to protect children from inappropriate content. Government agencies with which the group had a meeting to get a better understanding of wireless broadband applications; Development of a wireless service content ratings system; Vulnerability of the wireless services to content regulation; Concern of the group about the emerging wireless services as a potential source of questionable content.


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