WASHINGTON -- A group representing the video game industry proposed new details of a voluntary ratings system during hearings before the U.S. Senate on March 4. nteractive Entertainment Industry Ratings Systems Committee. The committee is chaired by Jack Heistand, president of Electronic Arts, San Mateo, Calif., a games software developer. The committee plans to set up a system similar to that used by the Motion Picture Association of America, with a review board that will apply ratings ...

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