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- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin. The UK has created a new privacy code that could see internet giants like Facebook and YouTube hit with massive fines if they fail to comply. The Age Appropriate Design Code consists of a set of standards for services likely to be accessed by children and which process their data - everything from apps and social media to connected toys, online games, streaming services and educational website. Privacy settings will need to be set to high by default, and 'nudge' techniques should not be used to encourage children to weaken their settings. Location settings should also be switched off by default. Meanwhile, data collection and sharing should be minim... Vollständiger Text

22 January