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Re: March 21st interview with Phil Harrison about Home

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I love how they dive right into the **bleep** issue in the second question.  Because THAT'S whats important
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I love how they dive right into the **bleep** issue in the second question.  Because THAT'S whats important



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i dont understand why people are so concerned with pron on Home.  I mean, kids are accessing the internet right now and are at liberty to do whatever they want and visit whatever site they want.  So why is Home more of a danger?  it is as dangerous as the rest of the internet is....simple
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Re: March 21st interview with Phil Harrison about Home

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GoBlue_ wrote:
i dont understand why people are so concerned with pron on Home.  I mean, kids are accessing the internet right now and are at liberty to do whatever they want and visit whatever site they want.  So why is Home more of a danger?  it is as dangerous as the rest of the internet is....simple



good point! And I agree however I believe the SCE could help deter such activities by incorporating ESRB game ratings for apartments. Giving owners of apartments the ability to mark their apartment as E for everyone, M for mature, T for teen, and AO for Adults Only. That way if a minor (under 18 yrs old) is invited by a friend into a AO apartment the PSN parental controls will kick in and automatically reject the invite.
 
I know this won't stop minors entirely from seeing mature content  just like the Internet but at least those safeguards are in place.  
 
I for one would set my apartment rating to AO not because I plan to show mature content but I want to hangout in my apartment with other adults.

 
P.S. Just wanted to note that I know Home is not a game but given the nature of this 3D virtual environment (on a game console) I believe an ESRB rating will fit perfectly in this situation versus just having two ratings - Mature or PG for apartments.  It looks like themed lounges will have this rating so why not give apartment owners the ability to select. 

 


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