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Following the announcement of ACMA that integrated digital televisions, set-top boxes and personal video recorders must have parental locks beginning 4 February of next year, Panasonic has confirmed that its current products are already compliant.Panasonic Australia’s Director, Consumer Electronics Group, Paul Reid said: “Panasonic’s 2010 range of VIERA televisions, Blu-ray and DVD recorders are already fully compliant and we welcome any technical standard that better meets consumer needs for effective protection of children,” Reid said.

“The standard ensures that digital TV equipment supplied to the market meets consumer’s needs for appropriate and effective management of children’s viewing,” added Reid.

Reid also added that the new standard relies entirely upon the accuracy of the programme start and finish times transmitted by the Broadcasters in the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide).

“A dramatic improvement in the accuracy of the free-to-air EPG is likely to be warmly received by users of digital televisions and recording devices,” concluded Reid.

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