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United States Privacy Digest | Report explores identifying minors online; Children's privacy likely focus for lawmakers Related reading: A country-by-country window into consumer privacy, trust



  • U.S. Congressional Research Service updated its document on identifying minors online. The document outlines efforts some companies are currently using to verify users' ages, as well as potential challenges they present. It also includes recommendations for Congress as it considers protections for minors online.
  • Axios reports on children's privacy measures anticipated to come before U.S. Congress, as states take separate action. Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., are expected to reintroduce the Kids Online Safety Act in April, while Utah passed two bills limiting the online activity of those under age 18 and other states consider similar proposals. 

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