Your article on the lack of classification enforcement in the March issue was interesting in itself but what was that X rated stamp that loomed large over the article? There was no mention of X rated films in the story. It was nothing to do with adult media so why slug it with an X rated piece of artwork? This is the sort of reporting that News Ltd and Today Tonight pull on to sensationalise an otherwise mediocre story. You didn’t have to do that with this story. It stood on its own two feet. All you did by slapping this pathetic image on the top was to say to your readers that you didn’t think it held up so you thought you’d spice it up a bit. Please…

Make no bones about it though. Your story will get some action on classification enforcement. It’s just that it will be on X rated films in adult shops and not the demographic that you were hoping for. Ron Robinson and his merry band of ‘porn police’ will read your story on piracy and lack of labelling on mainstream DVD and then go away and bust another 10 adult shops over the next month as a result. If you think that they more intelligent than to be fooled by a little piece of artwork….compere the figures for CLO visits to adult shops vs mainstream outlets over the next 12 months and go figure.