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If you’re a parent, you know that kids under 13 need special accounts designed to protect their unique privacy and safety needs under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act COPPA. COPPA requires online companies to seek verifiable consent from a parent or guardian and protect young users’ privacy and safety online more stringently than adult accounts. It’s designed to keep our young users safer on the Internet and provide their parents piece of mind regarding their children’s online anonymity.

via Protecting our kids online without hiding them from the Internet | TheHill.

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