New Parents Guide

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We are pleased to announce the release of our new Parents Guide. As of today, we are improving the look-and-feel of the Parents Guide, bringing the experience up to date with other parts of IMDb.  We have also upgraded the contribution experience, utilizing our new in-line contribution form.  Over the next few weeks, we will enable contribution for all registered users, across both our full and mobile optimized websites, removing past contribution limitations.   With this change, some features which were specific to the old Parents Guides (locking, watching etc) are no longer supported. This decision was made only after careful consideration and was based on data quality, coverage, and usability.

IMDb is passionately committed to providing innovative ways for our users to engage with our content and we appreciate your continued support of IMDb.

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Nic Bachhuber, Employee

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Gordon Duckie

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Hate the Changes to Parental Guide.

Why fix something that is not broken. I don't care what someone else believes is or isn't offensive - I want to be able to quickly see the specific content and decide for myself is the film is appropriate for my family. It almost seems like IMDB is trying to keep information from viewers that might discourage them from seeing a film based on their values. That would be very bad.

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