Apple has tweaked its guidelines for app developers to emphasize the latest rules regarding children's privacy.
The guidelines have been updated to reflect the latest changes to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and Apple's renewed focus on education with iOS 7, says blog site MacRumors.
In the past, COPPA prevented developers from gathering the names, addresses, and phone numbers of children under 13 without parental consent. Since the start of the year, those restrictions have extended to photographs, videos, and audios as well.
The specific guidelines now read as follows, according to MacRumors:
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