Video games and personal-computer software hitting the shelves for the Christmas season almost certainly will be rated, but retailers may have two different ratings systems to contend with. What's more, the differences between the two rating systems, which are being developed by two different trade associations, could bring congressional intervention. In response to congressional pressure to find some means of dealing with video game content unsuitable for children, the two groups -- the ...
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