No video censorship required if standards met

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The Ministry of Information has announced that creators need not submit their music videos to the censorship board if they adhere to the six-point censorship standard.
The music videos are required by the Television and Video Law to be submitted to both the Motion Picture and Video Censorship Boards before airing. However, the announcement came after music video makers claimed responsibility for their own creations.
In addition, if individuals want to submit to the censorship board to get permission, it will be done quickly as previously announced, the statement said.
Filmmakers, actors, and broadcasters have been informed by the Ministry of Information that failure to adhere to censorship requirements while filming and broadcasting will result in legal action being taken against them. — TWA/MKKS

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