Once a consumer has secured an age check, it will usually not be necessary to repeat it not only for the original website or app where the check was made, but for other sites where the same AV provider is used. Subsequent checks can be invisible to the consumer if they are willing to allow their devices to retain an encrypted AV token; and even if they do not do that, future checks will be streamlined as the provider will often be able to confirm they’ve previously passed a check.
- Explaining Age Verification on BBC Radio Leicester
- Mastercard Specialty Merchant Requirements drive Age Verification
- The future of standards in age verification
- UK government faces further legal action on age checks for online pornography
- DCMS Digital Identity & Attributes Trust Framework and age verification.