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==Controversy==
 
==Controversy==
For the 2006 series of ''[[Big Brother Australia|Big Brother]]'', Ten appointed two censors to review the show instead of one.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}} The Federal Minister for Communications, Senator [[Helen Coonan]], was reported to have said that she would be keeping a "close watch on the show's 2006 series".{{citation needed|date=July 2014}} This controversy resulted in ''[[Big Brother Australia#Uncut|Big Brother Uncut]]'' being renamed ''[[Big Brother Australia#Uncut / Adults Only|Big Brother: Adults Only]]'' for [[Big Brother 6 (Australia)|the 2006 season of ''Big Brother'']]. In two separate findings, the [[Australian Communications and Media Authority]] determined Network Ten breached clause 2.4 of the [[Australian Commercial Television Code of Practice|Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice]]. These two breaches were in relation to the broadcast of ''Big Brother Uncut'' on 30 May, 13 June and 4 July 2005. The broadcast material was not classified according to the [[Censorship in Australia#Television|Television Classification Guidelines]].
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For the 2006 series of ''[[Big Brother Australia|Big Brother]]'', Ten appointed two censors to review the show instead of one.{{Citation needed|date=August 2011}} The Federal Minister for Communications, Senator [[Helen Coonan]], was reported to have said that she would be keeping a "close watch on the show's 2006 series".{{citation needed|date=July 2014}} This controversy resulted in ''[[Big Brother Uncut]]'' being renamed ''[[Big Brother Australia#Uncut / Adults Only|Big Brother: Adults Only]]'' for [[Big Brother 6 (Australia)|the 2006 season of ''Big Brother'']]. In two separate findings, the [[Australian Communications and Media Authority]] determined Network Ten breached clause 2.4 of the [[Australian Commercial Television Code of Practice|Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice]]. These two breaches were in relation to the broadcast of ''Big Brother Uncut'' on 30 May, 13 June and 4 July 2005. The broadcast material was not classified according to the [[Censorship in Australia#Television|Television Classification Guidelines]].
   
 
Despite toning down ''Big Brother: Adults Only'' significantly in comparison to 2005, the series continued to attract [[Big Brother 6 (Australia)|controversy]]. After ''Big Brother: Adults Only'' was abruptly cancelled several weeks early, a subsequent incident of alleged sexual assault in the house saw the removal of two housemates and a huge public outcry calling for the series to be cancelled entirely.<ref>(3 July 2006), [http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2006/07/02/1151778811490.html "Big Brother in bigger bother"], ''[[The Age]]'', Retrieved 4 July 2006.</ref> This incident generated significant publicity for the show, even prompting the Prime Minister of Australia to call on Network Ten to "do a bit of self-regulation and get this stupid program off the air."<ref>{{Cite news| title = Get this stupid program off| work = The Sydney Morning Herald| date = 3 June 2006| url = http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/get-this-stupid-program-off/2006/07/03/1151778850913.html| accessdate = 12 September 2006}}</ref>
 
Despite toning down ''Big Brother: Adults Only'' significantly in comparison to 2005, the series continued to attract [[Big Brother 6 (Australia)|controversy]]. After ''Big Brother: Adults Only'' was abruptly cancelled several weeks early, a subsequent incident of alleged sexual assault in the house saw the removal of two housemates and a huge public outcry calling for the series to be cancelled entirely.<ref>(3 July 2006), [http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2006/07/02/1151778811490.html "Big Brother in bigger bother"], ''[[The Age]]'', Retrieved 4 July 2006.</ref> This incident generated significant publicity for the show, even prompting the Prime Minister of Australia to call on Network Ten to "do a bit of self-regulation and get this stupid program off the air."<ref>{{Cite news| title = Get this stupid program off| work = The Sydney Morning Herald| date = 3 June 2006| url = http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/get-this-stupid-program-off/2006/07/03/1151778850913.html| accessdate = 12 September 2006}}</ref>