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The US-centric internet ratings and filtering service RSACi, originally developed by the Recreational Software Advisory Council, is to be revamped for international consumption and re- launched sometime next year, according to a New York Times report.
uk/ Recreational Software Advisory Council on the Internet (RSACi): www.
0 is a set of ratings created by the Recreational Software Advisory Council for CD-ROM games as a way of allowing parents to know the degree to which violence, nudity, sexual content and offensive language were featured in a given product.
Since no one in the entertainment software community seems even vaguely upset by the newly-formed Recreational Software Advisory Council, we hesitate to suggest that the RSAC's self-censorship process--a/k/a an "independent game ratings system"--is probably one of the worst things that could happen to entertainment software.
Martin pioneered Web rating of materials for children as the former Chairman of the Board for the Recreational Software Advisory Council.
In endorsing the ratings system developed by the Recreational Software Advisory Council, which was announced Wednesday, Microsoft joined several leading makers of Internet filtering software and rating systems, including Microsystems Software Inc.
is implementing the Recreational Software Advisory Council (RSAC) Internet Content Rating System, a PICS-compliant (Platform for Internet Content Selection) system, within certain sections of the service, beginning later this week.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 12, 1999-- AOL, IBM, Microsoft, Recreational Software Advisory Council and Software & Information Industry Association Join Forces with Other Global Organizations to Create and Manage International Online Rating System Today, Internet industry leaders joined forces to create an international Internet content rating system that protects children and free speech on the Web.