18 October 2011

The rules - code of practise, the rules of what to obey if you have a child starring in a children’s drama. The first thing would be no swearing because if a child swore on a TV drama that would not be acceptable it would certainly not show a good example to parents and children at home. The second thing would be no violence must not be broadcast before the watershed (in the case of television in a way of being distributed in a harmful violence way as that will show malicious behaviour involving others at home may find that acceptable behaviour or even end up following that bad example and may take it in the school or outside of school. A third thing can be weapons being used in a in an inappropriate manner, this could lead to disturbing matters and violence in a way. They could get ideas from it if it’s not used in an appropriate way to kids, not in the deep violence scenes of killing people, stabbing, and causing disruption with weapons. The fourth one can be ensure that the material which may encourage or present for their own sake violence or brutality; Simulate news or events in such a way as to mislead or alarm viewer’s e.g. alcohol. Ensure material is not broadcast which may stereotype, incite, vilify, or perpetuate hatred against, or attempt to demean any person or group on the basis of ethnicity, nationality, race, chosen language, gender. Offensive language must not be broadcast before the watershed (in the case of television), or unless it is justified by the context. In any event, frequent use of such language must be avoided before the watershed. Must not be featured in programs made primarily for children unless there is strong editorial justification. Consent is a big thing if there under 18 consent , well permission must be asked by the parent before having a young actor starring in a film or a tv series.

Data Protection act - to be informed by any data controller whether personal data of which that individual is the data subject are being processed by or on behalf of that data controller,
(b)if that is the case, to be given by the data controller a description of

(i)the personal data of which that individual is the data subject,

(ii)the purposes for which they are being or are to be processed, and

(iii)the recipients or classes of recipients to whom they are or may be disclosed,

(c)to have communicated to him in an intelligible form

(i)the information constituting any personal data of which that individual is the data subject.





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