Regulate the processing of children's data
Digital services should be forced to be limit the way they use children’s data. This ensures children’s right to privacy is maintained when they may not be in a position to make their own consent decisions.
- United States: The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act is an extensive law that regulates children’s digital privacy in US websites and international websites that may be used by American children.
- LEGO’s website that includes a gaming social network doesn’t use third party cookies or connections to social media accounts. It also advises users to not use their real name.
- Overzealous limitation of children’s access to digital services may have a negative impact on their digital literacy.