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On this episode of Policy in Brief, Oren Cass is joined by American Compass policy director Chris Griswold to discuss a proposal to create an online age-verification system to keep kids safe online. They discuss how the current system leaves children unprotected, potential privacy concerns, and why the public sector needs to step in to help parents protect their kids online.

Further reading:
Lost in the Super Market (American Compass)
Protecting Children from Social Media (Chris Griswold, National Affairs)
How Changing One Law Could Protect Kids From Social Media (Yuval Levin, The New York Times)
The Dangerous Experiment on Teen Girls (Jonathan Haidt, The Atlantic)
Kids Online Safety Act