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Google is developing a children’s versions of their products, including Chrome and YouTube. Their target are children under the age of 13, reports Ars Technica. The products will see the light of day sometime next year, they need to help children not just consumers, but also to create their things.

It is not clear how it will work products for children, but it can change the way in which certain data for kids. On the occasion Pavni Divandzhi from Google talking about a case in which his daughter was looking on Google with the word “train”, as hoped results for Thomas The Train. Instead, the girl received schedules of local railways.

One of the biggest problems for Google, and other companies in the industry in working with children is legal. Legal regulations in the United States for the presentation and collection of information on children under 13 years are quite stringent. They are contrary to the advertising policy of Google, which is based on data on consumers and the company needs to ensure legal safety. Divandzhi also commented that the company “wants to give meaning to what he was doing, giving parents the right tools to control the use of our products by children.

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