Members of the public can give feedback on the censorship and classification of publications or submit publications to the Classification Office. You can also give your opinions on law change.
We've put together information on what film and game labels and age-restrictions mean and what trailers can be shown at cinemas. We’ve also found some useful sites for parents.
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If you are selling second-hand games or DVDs yourself or on online sites such as TradeMe, you need to make sure they have NZ labels.
The answer is 'No'. However, sometimes educational or community groups want to screen a restricted film to people under the age of restriction. This is an offence unless you have an exemption from the classification.
In the first place contact the TV or radio station concerned. If you are not happy with their answer, contact the Broadcasting Standards Authority.Link to the New Zealand Broadcasting Standards Authority website (opens in a new window) The Classification Office cannot classify broadcasting.