- where the website invites children to submit information about themselves, for example a name and email address to enter a competition, it should explain why we need it in language which children can understand.
- it is particularly important that younger children should not get into the habit of easily revealing personal details about themselves or their family on the Internet.
- any information children send should only be used for the purpose for which it was sent.
- it should be retained securely and only for as long as it is needed.
- it should not be revealed to a third party.
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