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Europe Data Protection Digest | Norwegian DPA issues guidance on minors’ consent Related reading: UK NCSC updates cyber assessment framework



Norway’s data protection authority, Datatilsynet, issued guidance around the sharing and processing of children’s personal data and consent, noting the rules “are slightly different than for adults.” The authority discusses the potential for informed and voluntary consent by a minor under age 18 — such as in cases related to social media, health care and education — and areas where parental consent is necessary. “The greater the privacy consequences the processing of information may have, the higher the threshold should be for the child to consent himself, without parents,” the DPA wrote.
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