The application has a WebView. How to match the age group of 3+?

Now is 13+.
There is no published privacy policy. Data is not collected . Advertisement no.
There are built-in in-app browser (a simple WebView with JS and Cookies allowed)

Want to reduce age category.
When answering the questions . Automatically certified for 3+.
Formal policy know how easy it is to form.

I'm still confused by what a child can go to any website. I can not control.
And I have something to do with the cookies ?

Anything else I missed ?
March 23rd 20 at 19:20
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March 23rd 20 at 19:22
If there are browser sites, the data you collect :) Better to add a policy. And if 3+, then even the query of age under the new rules of Google. (a few days ago have changed). Well, the policy on children should be.
If the above. international, then another, and Coppa, gdpr need to match.
PrintShare. Them I think from the extra mention not warm not cold . I have the same thing. You can access the site to make a screenshot. In principle it is possible to specify a target of 5 years. But there gdpr and cookies would do. Just force a clean exit from activiti ? - jaida.Emmeri commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:25
@jaida.Emmeri, do Not really understand the idea. I meant that when you open the website, the server can store the IP-schnick (and maybe even some information, for example, will supply cookies for tracking, advertising for example), and it will be considered already in the collection and processing of personal data.

Of course you can say that you are not going to save anything, but we all know that any of main, intermediate providers, or hosting, we can do it, so in theory the processing and collection of data when opening the website in any case will take place. And there could be as lucky about the laws. - tremaine_Streich4 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:28
* Approved the purchase of digital goods
* The application is a web browser or search engine
It does not prevent to 3+
Maybe I'm just looking for problems where there are none ?
To fill privacy policy and will last for 5+?
Under I don't need.
You only need. to allow users to add to the family library. - jaida.Emmeri commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:31

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