ESRB


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AcronymDefinition
ESRBEntertainment Software Rating Board
ESRBEuropean Systemic Risk Board (EU)
ESRBExplosive Safety Review Board
ESRBEstrogen Receptor Beta
ESRBElectrical Stimulation-Induced Rotational Behavior (brain research)
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Significantly, the ESRB also recommends that the macro-prudential authority (in Cyprus' case, the Central Bank) be ultimately accountable to the national parliament.
On the other hand, the ESRB Rated M games are a touch milder in content.
The ESRB thereby strongly underscores the position of Austrian regulators, who have warned for years about the cumulative risks of foreign currency loans and have set bold measures to limit their risks,' said FMA director, Helmut Ettl.
ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet chairs the ESRB with Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England as his first vice-chair.
The Chair of the ESRB is the President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, as it is foreseen by the legislation on the basis of which the Board is established.
The ESRB ratings are informational and help parents to make sensible video game choices for their families.
The ESRB ordered Rockstar to offer new updated rating labels to retailers as well as create a downloadable patch available to consumers to make the material truly inaccessible.
ESRB this month added a rating to its system to give parents a more specific idea of video game content.
A series of questions on the ESRB is also included.
E'' games currently account for 54 percent of all video games, while those bearing a ``T'' rating make up 33 percent, according to ESRB.