Tag site for child-directed treatment
Visit the Tag for Child Directed Treatment page to tag a site or service that you would like Google to treat as child-directed in whole or in part for the purposes of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). If you have not already added a site to Search Console, you must first add the site and verify ownership.
Keep in mind the following:
- You can tag an entire domain or portions of a domain (subdomain or subdirectory) for treatment as child-directed
- Any pages beneath a domain or directory are also covered by the tag.
- It may take some time for this designation to take effect in applicable Google services.
- Google may limit the number of domains or sub-domains you may include at any time.
For finer control over how your content is treated, you can also tag individual ad units for treatment as child-directed. See the following pages for specific product information: AdSense, AdX, and DoubleClick.
Note: Tagging individual ad units has immediate effect on the ad served. An ad unit tag takes precedence over any applicable site-level settings.