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Age Appropriate Design Code

Of the top 100 free apps for kids in Google Play 1 in 3 have banner ads, including ads for adult content.
75% of the top social media platforms use AI to recommend children's profiles to strangers.
Most youth are exposed to porn by age 12 (CSM, 2023)

What is the Age Appropriate Design Code (AADC)?

Introduced by Nevada State Senator Edgar Flores (D) and Nevada Assemblywoman Jill Dickman (R), the bipartisan Nevada Age Appropriate Design Code Act (AB 320) is a privacy framework that brings a product safety approach to the internet ensuring that, like cribs and seatbelts, the online products our children and teens use every day are safe by design.

The AADC is already in effect in the UK and has just become law in California. It would require privacy by design and default and that online products and services that children and teens under 18 access are age appropriate and designed in kids’ best interests.

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