Google has released its own Legislative Framework to Protect Children and Teens Online, outlining principles for laws to improve online experiences and keep them safe when using the internet. The framework emphasises the need for online services to be designed with safety in mind and deliver age-appropriate features and services. However, the company warns lawmakers against restricting access to "critical services", requiring adults to submit "unnecessary identification", or classifying minors of all ages the same. The company hopes that sharing its experiences and perspectives will advance the work of policymakers and experts addressing these issues.
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