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Anti-tobacco group takes games to task

Truth Initiative calls for tobacco use to trigger an automatic M rating from ESRB and for devs to stop featuring it in games kids play

Why is the Grand Theft Auto CEO also chairman of the ESRB?

Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick's role undermines the perceived independence crucial to the US ratings board's legitimacy

The ESRB: Twenty Years of Sex and Violence

President Patricia Vance on rating board's first two decades, Hot Coffee as a highlight, and the challenges ahead

ESRB expands mobile app privacy program

Rating board rolls out new seal of approval for mobile offerings that comply with privacy best practices

Wartune advertising runs afoul of ESRB

Free-to-play online game uses Adults Only rating as selling point, even though it's never been rated at all

Game retailers most effective at carding minors

FTC secret shopper report says it's still harder for US minors to buy M-rated games than R-rated movies or explicit music

ESRB relaxes age gate rules

US rating board now allows clean trailers for M-rated games to be viewed without entering birthdate

ESRB: We help "protect creative freedom"

Patricia Vance talks about fighting the image of being a "censor" and outlines the benefits of ESRB's new automatic rating tool

ESRB awareness may be maxed out

Ratings system to continue outreach and education efforts despite plateaued 85% awareness among parents

ESRB rolls out no-cost ratings for downloadable games

Questionnaire-based assessments of digitally distributed titles also include online privacy descriptors

Verizon integrates ESRB ratings into Verizon Apps store

The CTIA mobile rating system helps parents choose the right apps

Apple and Google ignore ESRB ratings

Two largest app stores opt out of US age-rating system

US parents want universal ratings says study

Current certification system for games and media confusing and inaccurate

FTC study shows improvement in ESRB enforcement

US secret shopper program reveals 13% of children able to buy M-rated games

ESRB age ratings to be automated online

New digital questionnaire to help U.S. age rating board with online titles

ESRB: 5% of games rated M in 2010

US ratings board categorised 1638 titles, 55% rated E for everyone

"Questionable" report finds 19% of stores sell M-rated games to minors

ESRB rebuffs Parents Television Council US retail "sting"

ESRB releases iPhone app for parents

App gives content summaries for 18,000 games

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