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YouTube must go to court due to the privacy of children

YouTube now has to go to court again on an allegation that Google collects data from under 13 year olds.

Not as family-friendly as assumed; Image: Common Sense Media

YouTube must go to court in the states of California, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Tennessee. The allegation is that YouTube collects data from children under 13 without parental consent.


The allegation arose because children were automatically redirected to YouTube's content providers, such as Hasbro, Mattel, Cartoon Network and Dreamworks Animation, leading to suspicions that Google was collecting the data.


The court case is only in some states because only in those states a law has been passed that requires parents to give permission when children under the age of 13 are required to disclose their data.

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