The South Australian Government is introducing new laws designed to make it easier for people working in the state’s justice system to send documents electronically.
Just months after Australia introduced an R18+ rating for videogames, South Australia's Attorney-General has reopened the debate around the classification rules, citing excessive violence and sexual content.
The long push for a R18+ rating for videogames in Australia is almost complete, with South Australia's Attorney-General pledging support for the revised system.
Back-bencher John Rau is replacing Michael Atkinson as the South Australian Attorney-General after the latter stepped down post election this past weekend. According to Chris Pryor of the Games4Croydon political group that ran a candidate against Atkinson, this is a good thing.
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