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  1. Quite a few games, tools and other online children’s sites require adult permission/confirmation via email. It would make sense that Path would implement that type of solution so families with children who use digital tools can share among the private group. It could also offer the approval of friend requests by parents for those under 13.

    When 2 years old use smartphones and tablets there needs to be a way to make this happen.

    Google’s Apps for Schools allows admins to manage underage students, parents could do the same.

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