Risks and opportunities for young people online: a teenager’s perspective of the GDPRDecember 19, 2016
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is due to become law across the European Union in May 2018. As we have seen, a range of provisions within the GDPR are of particular importance to children and teenagers and their rights to participation and protection, including the proposal that under 16 year-olds should require parental consent to register for social networks and other online services. Here, an 18 year-old who blogs for Parent Zone offers a teenager’s perspective on how to approach the issue.
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