Video retailers are anticipating the establishment of a video game rating system and some have already taken steps to prevent children from renting inappropriate games. At Baker's Supermarkets, Omaha, Neb., a division of Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City, children need permission to use their parents' video cards to rent video games that may be objectionable, said John McCawley, buyer and merchandiser for Baker's in-store Video To Go departments. "Kids can't rent on parents' accounts without ...
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