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  The Media
Updated 06 August 2003, 17.04
Twelve Certificate

 
Who checks the fairness and standards in broadcasting?
  A: The British Broadcasting Corporation
  B: The Broadcasting Commission
  C: The Television Police
Who is allowed to watch or rent a rated 12 film?
  A: Only people under the age of 12
  B: Only people who are exactly 12
  C: Only people who are 12 or over
What does BBFC stand for?
  A: Best Big Films Committee
  B: British Board of Film Classification
  C: British Board For Cinemas
How many complaints a year does the Press Complaints Commission deal with?
  A: 1 million
  B: 750
  C: 2500
Do computer games have to have an age rating?
  A: Yes
  B: No unless they could be offensive
  C: No
When was the Advertising Standards Authority started?
  A: 1962
  B: 1800
  C: 1935
Who looks after radio adverts?
  A: Radio Standards Commission
  B: Radio Authority
  C: British Board for Radios


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