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According to the broadcast services act 1992 the board is not responsible for classifying material on broadcast media; this is completed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).Since the federal Parliament has no power to criminalise the domestic sale or exhibition of printed matter within the States or Territories of Australia, as part of the scheme, the States and Territories pass their own laws criminalising such sale and exhibition.From 1994 to 2005 the ACB was overseen by the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC).In 2007, the OFLC was dissolved and the Attorney-General's Department became responsible for the ACB.1993 saw the introduction of the MA15 rating to fill in the gap between the M rating and the R18 rating due to complaints about films such as The Silence of the Lambs being too strong for the M rating (not recommended for younger audiences, though any age is still admitted) but not high enough in impact to be rated R18 (no one under 18 years of age is admitted)., censorship is largely the purview of the Classification Board, a statutory body which operates independently of the Federal Government.
Under the communications power the federal government can regulate the broadcast media (television and radio), online services (the internet), and under the customs power, the import/export of printed matter, audiovisual recordings and computer games.
As late as 1969 the book "Portnoy's Complaint" was declared a "prohibited import" in Australia, though the Australian publisher, Penguin Books, resisted and had copies printed up in secret and stored in fleets of moving trucks.
Several attempts to prosecute Penguin and any bookseller carrying the book failed.
A copy was smuggled into the country and then published locally in 1965 to bypass the federal importation ban.
However many books, plays and films were still banned.