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The Canadian Centre for Child Protection

App age ratings don’t equal protection in two of the largest mobile app stores

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s (C3P) child safety analysis looks at how, and if, Apple® and Google® are enforcing app age ratings on their mobile app stores. The findings raise significant concerns for the protection of children/youth online, and for families who use age ratings to gauge safety.

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