- Stands for violence chip, coined and devised by Tim Collings, promoted by the William Jefferson Clinton Administration. (Wiktionary)
“You will find similar language in President Clinton's 1996 SOTU where he called for parents to take greater responsibility and then called for the v-chip.”
“After Penn came on board he caved on welfare, dropped health care, and then dropped all domestic issues except school uniforms and v-chip.”
“Just to point out, your “As for depictions of activity, again, the only rationale that possibly holds up is the protection of children.” falls flat with the advent of the v-chip.”
“There is no reason that an adult cannot set the v-chip to prohibit mature content and lock himself out of it.”
“All we need now is for Brown to endorse school uniforms and the v-chip.”
“And while technology has an important role to play in protecting kids online, it's as important that parents implant a symbolic "v-chip" in their children's minds to guide them when it comes to deciding what online content is and is not appropriate.”
“We know that technologies like the "v-chip" can be used to keep kids from seeing inappropriate content on TV.”
“The first place the telecommunications bill should have mandated that a v-chip be placed is in Mr. Jennings shorts.”
“You know, no longer is something like the v-chip the "one stop shop" to protect kids, who can expose themselves to all the rest of this media at one time.”
“I mean, there are -- there ` s the v-chip on television sets.”
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