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Internet threatens airtime limit

Internet threatens airtime limit

The Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth should have a discussion paper in which the protection of young people and children from unsuitable content is also extended to the Internet by amending the Youth Protection Act. So you can currently read it as a message.

A spokeswoman for the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs said that a change to the JÖSCHG and the GjS are working to supplement these accordingly. According to this spokeswoman, who is not known by name, the completely outdated and outdated law should finally be amended. An adjustment to the technical developments of the last time is planned. One of the cornerstones of this amendment is, for example, the introduction of criminal liability for showing or, better yet, making computer games accessible to young people. Simply allowing them to watch is already a criminal offense. According to this spokeswoman, no legislative proposal has yet been received, but the endangerment facts are currently being checked. Basically, it should be said that this sounds nice in the abstract. However, who should monitor this? The youth welfare office can only be reached until 3:30 p.m. In addition to the youth welfare office, the police also have original responsibility. Should they go into the apartments and look? So it remains to be seen what the law will look like in concrete terms and what our representatives will actually bring about.

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