Lie. We dare you.

Lie. We dare you.

Funny thing about age-verification is that all age restrictive content websites and platforms are really relying on the sincerity of the user – which is nice but also foolishly optimistic. Don’t underestimate the curious minor. Age-verification forms are, at best, a means to tick legal boxes so the brands are safe. Until we can integrate Facebook into everything (Which isn’t a bad idea now that i think about it…) that’s as much as we’ve got. Twitter’s got an interesting system, but ultimately it comes back to a user’s sincerity. However, i saw this attempt, which takes a different twist on things. Don’t ask them how old they are, ask them to justify it. Tickles me. We might try it.


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