The director of the Australian Classification Board has requested that the country’s censorship minister allow it to evaluate mobile phone apps for content, reports Kotaku.  The director appealed by letter to the Commonwealth Censorship minister that content purchased online or through mobile phones be required for submission, approval and rating certification by his organization.  Kotaku points out that the move comes on the heels of the Entertainment Software Association’s request that Apple carry its ESRB rating system in the U.S.

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