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Violent Films, Cartoons to Face Regulation

2005/11/14 | 144 views | Permalink | Source

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The ruling camp will seek measures to regulate movies or cartoons that encourage juvenile violence.

Uri Party lawmaker Jee Byung-moon on Monday said his party and the government agreed on the decision in a policy meeting.

Jee cited the tendency of public school students wearing uniforms to talk and act like gangsters from movies, and that violent films are having a negative influence on a number of adolescents.

He also said the party will consider regulation on such movies or cartoons without undermining freedom of creative expression.

Reported by KBS World Radio

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