France's data protection authority, the CNIL, launched a public consultation on the digital rights of minors. The consultation, which lasts until June 1, will help the CNIL adopt recommendations as it continues to develop its framework and provide advice on the subject. The CNIL seeks feedback on minors' ability to exercise their data rights and systems that would verify the age of users and gathering consent. (Original articles are in French.)
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