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BBFC could give age ratings to online videos

The British Board of Film Classification is in discussions about whether to give age ratings to online videos. The body is responding to pressure from parents who are worried about overly sexual content being accessed by children.

Richard Harpham is from the Christian-based Family Matters Institute's 'Smile Project', which supports young people.

He told Premier's News Hour that educating children may be more effective than restricting access to content:

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