New law allows parents to screen out violence and sex in DVDs

04/28/2005 | Wired magazine · CNET

Yesterday, President Bush signed the Family Entertainment and Copyright Act, which makes it legal for parents to use filtering technology in DVD players to skip or mute objectionable content in movie DVDs. The legislation, however, will not protect companies that sell edited versions of movies.

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