The US government will penalize Google for violating children's privacy

The Federal Trade Commission found that YouTube collected data from children under the age of 13 and

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What is known

The FTC states that collecting information aboutminors violates the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). For this, Google faces a “multi-million dollar” fine, but the exact amount has not yet been announced.

YouTube has already made changes in an attempt to securechildren. The company has disabled comments on videos with children to avoid comments from pedophiles. In addition, Google has created a YouTube Kids section, which should also protect minors. However, according to a Bloomberg study, far fewer children use it than the main site.