Children’s Code: What it Means for Online Services

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 23 March 2022
Michael Murray
Information Commissioner’s Office
Issues covered: Data Protection

The Children’s Code sets out 15 standards organisations must meet to ensure that children’s data is protected online. The code will apply to all the major online services likely to be accessed by children in the UK and includes measures such as providing default settings which ensure that children have the best possible access to online services whilst minimising data collection and use.

Michael Murray, Head of Regulatory Strategy at the Information Commissioner's Office, sets out what this new Code will mean for children and service providers.

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Michael Murray
Information Commissioner’s Office

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