Helping to establish trustworthy digital experiences for children

Today, one in three people online is under 18, but the original design of most digital technologies did not anticipate the use of those technologies by children. Therefore, there is an urgent need to address the vulnerabilities and evolving capacities associated with children and their experiences online. This community is helping organizations design and develop digital services that are age-appropriate and deliver on the cultural and legal privileges they are entitled to in digital environments.

The focus of human centric design and the incorporation of the need to protect children online have resulted in the development of standards and other activities to support this growing demand.  Age appropriate design and children's data governance is of interest to all: governments and policymakers; international institutions and civil society organizations; business and tech sector especially digital service providers; parents, teachers, and children. 

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The First Global Standard to Establish a Safe Online Environment While Protecting Children's Data

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) has published the IEEE 2089™-2021 – Standard for Age Appropriate Digital Services Framework – Based on the 5Rights Principles to support the growing need for designing digital products and services with the best interests of children in mind at the UNICEF Global Forum on AI for Children. Use and adoption of this standard help organizations design their services with children in mind, demonstrate commitment to social responsibility and encourage adherence to local regulatory requirements.

This standard is usable by organizations that engage in system and software engineering and product and service design and development likely to be accessed by or engage with children, either directly, indirectly, deliberately, or in the course of their operations. Use and adoption of this standard help organizations design their services with children in mind, demonstrate commitment to social responsibility and encourage adherence to local regulatory requirements.

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