WASHINGTON -- DVD and video game retailers need to study more to pass their next exam on age-restricted movie titles, according to a report released by the Federal Trade Commission here. The agency released its first report card on the marketing practices of sell-through retailers for age-restricted products in the entertainment industries recently, using mystery shoppers to test how often underage kids are able to purchase R-rated DVDs. "We've been looking across the country at how well ...

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