Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993
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|Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act|
|New Zealand Parliament|
|An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the censoring of films, videos, books, and other publications; and to repeal the Indecent Publications Act 1963, the Films Act 1983, and the Video Recordings Act 1987|
|Indecent Publications Act 1963
Films Act 1983
Video Recordings Act 1987
|Status: Current legislation|
The Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993 is an Act of Parliament in New Zealand.
- Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act
- Simon Collins (7 September 2015). "'Will I be burnt next?' - Into the River author Ted Dawe on book banning". New Zealand Herald.
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