There is a growing concern that companies are not doing enough to protect young children online.
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act makes it illegal to collect personal information from children under 13, but it happens every day.
While Facebook and YouTube have an age minimum of 13, millions of children still log on.
“If you do choose to let your child have a Facebook account and go against Facebook and YouTube’s own rules, it’s important to be involved,” says Ian Sherr from CNET.
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