It is a well known fact that games, apps, and websites target users of all ages in an effort to create a large user base of loyal MAUs (Monthly Active Users).
The often ignored fact is that, according to COPPA Law, If the user is younger than 13 years old, before they are used, games must have parental approval after accurately disclosing all the personally identifiable Information (PII) they collect. Game developers who wanted to comply with the law would be forced to build costly systems to handle the notifications, identification, and ongoing monitoring required by the law.
AgeCheq was founded to provide the mobile app industry with a viable compliance service, delivering an easy-to-use, friction-free solution for parents, developers and third party service providers. The complete system we developed is known as a “Common Consent Mechanism”.