9 months ago
Last edited at 5:53PM on 3/11/2013
There is a law in the United States that mandates any US-based website collect and store information for anyone under 13 a certain way. Some websites like Ask that contain content for older audiences/adults require that users be 13 in order to keep information collection consistent and to prevent young children from encountering something their parents may find disagreeable, while also obeying this law.
The internet is dangerous for young kids. They also do not know what they're talking about, so people may be misled or given trouble. Although some people mature at different rates, there is a law that states websites can not collect info from kids 12 or under in any way.
Because little kids make foolish mistakes of asking the most ridiculous questions probably like for instance "Why do boogers taste like chicken?' or some other unworldly stuff let alone the grammar misspellings and mistakes. So if not the rightful age such as 13 then I hate to say this you need to BEAT IT KID UNTIL THAT AGE....