Your Guide to Processing Children’s Data

Additional protection is typically granted to children when it comes to processing their personal data. Unlike adults, who might have better awareness of the risks and consequences that are inherent in sharing data, children are less aware of their data-protection rights.

The majority of online services that process children’s personal data require the consent of a parent or guardian. At a certain age, this requirement is no longer necessary; this age depends on the country, which you can learn about in the following section of this guide.

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