Google Might Soon Allow Kids to Have Email Addresses

Google is considering giving children under the age of 13 Gmail addresses. The junior email accounts would be run with parental control. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requires tech companies to follow strict rules about collecting information about children under 13, which Google would have to comply with in order to allow these accounts to exist.

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