Some children have watched objectionable material on Netflix, such as "13 reasons," which covers suicides.
Of course, it would naturally too hard for parents to supervise their precious, fragile darlings
The highly educated censors want in on the parenting action, and of course the ecstasy of more power over all the unwashed masses.
We the vast majority couldn't possibly decide in our private domiciles what is appropriate due to our morally inferiority.
I'm sure Sky and Lightbox are thrilled that New Zealand lawmakers will make streaming videos services rethink whether it's worth the hassle of showing anything to us
Thanks God we're protecting children from Netflix. Who in their right mind would consider parents watching their children, when government appointed watchdogs will do it for them (and everybody else by extension)?
Thank you censors for protecting all us from watching TV, instead of reading pre-approved books.
Pablum for everyone! It's all we deserve, because we are all wicked fools.
fixed link. Sorry
New internet TV rules could mean less confusion for parents but a longer wait for shows
Internet television services such as Netflix and Lightbox may be compelled to submit their programming for classification by the Film and Video Labelling Body under a proposal that the Government has put out for consultation.
Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin suggested a rule change could create more consistency in the way programmes were labelled as being suitable for different age groups, which would make it less confusing for parents "trying to pick something for their kids to watch".
Martin said the reaction to controversial Netflix show 13 Reasons Why was an example of the "public concern" that a new "standardised classifications system" would address.