The EE ‘Strict’ level framework | British Board of Film Classification
Quick search of releases

Advanced search

The EE ‘Strict’ level framework

In March 2015, the BBFC was appointed by the mobile network, EE, to provide the classification framework for its ‘Strict’ level, defining content that is unsuitable for children under 12.

This is in addition to the BBFC’s role in defining content unsuitable for people under 18. The EE Strict Classification Framework is based on our well known and trusted PG Rating, and is designed to enable parents to restrict mobile internet access to websites that are unsuitable for younger children.

As with the BBFC Mobile Classification Framework, it is a living document that is updated regularly to reflect evolving public attitudes and societal concerns.

The self-regulatory partnership between EE and the BBFC adds another strand to our existing collaborations with mobile operators to bring trusted, transparent and consistent BBFC standards to bear on mobile content.


Share this!

Facebook logo Twitter logo