XCOM 225 Week 4 CheckPoint

Apr 17th, 2015
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The V-ChipThe V-chip allows parents or other caregivers to block programming on their televisions that they don't want children to watch. Most television programs are now assigned a rating according to a system established by the television broadcast industry. The rating is encoded with the program before it airs, so that, using the remote control, parents can program the V-chip to block viewing of shows with ratings indicating that the program content may be inappropriate for children. Rating systems currently in use are summarized below. V-chips also have the ability to allow blocking of programs based on any future rating system. (www.fcc.gov, 2009)Ratings appear on the television screen before the program and usually between commercials. If people are complaining about the networks then the networks should change something. People do not want their child watching inappropriate m

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