I didn't understand anything in that sentence
I guess he means this:-
Australia is a federation, and responsibility for censorship is divided between the states and the federal government. Censorship of Video Games and Internet sites hosted in Australia are considered to be the strictest in the western world.
The Federal Parliament has the power under the Australian Constitution to make laws relating to communications and customs. Under the communications power the federal government can regulate the broadcast media (television and radio), online services (the internet), and under the customs power, the import/export of printed matter, audiovisual recordings and computer games. However, the production and sale of printed matter, audiovisual recordings and computer games solely within Australia lies with the states.
However, to reduce duplication and ensure some national consistency, the states, territories and federal government have agreed to establish a co-operative national classification scheme. Under this scheme, the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) (a federal body) classifies works. Federal law enforces these classifications with respect to customs, and online services. (Broadcast media are not under the purview of the OFLC, but rather a separate federal agency, ACMA.)
But since the federal Parliament has no power to criminalise the domestic sale or exhibition of printed matter within the States, the States and Territories then as part of the scheme pass their own laws criminalising such sale and exhibition. However, although they have delegated their censorship responsibility in general to the Commonwealth, they reserve the legal right in specific cases to either:
* reclassify works,
* prohibit works that the Classification Board has allowed, or
* allow works that the Classification Board has prohibited.
From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_Australia
I'm surprised really but they don't mince their words the Aussies (nor the Kiwis)
BTW, you'd be instantly banned Amy