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These systems often consist of the user self-reporting their age or date of birth.
They often use a credit card, and are usually provided by a third-party company; the same AVS company can provide adult verification for multiple websites, thus becoming more user friendly.
An Adult Verification System (AVS) is a computing system used by a website to confirm that the user attempting to access their website is of the age required (usually by law) to view the website's content.
Thanks to this, it’s much easier to find a person you like, since there are way more to choose from when compared to the normal dating endeavors.In 1999, a particular AVS (Landslide Inc.) was at the center of a police crackdown on internet users viewing child pornography, known as Operation Ore, in which web users using an Landslide's AVS were identified by their financial records when the company which stored the data went into liquidation.Problems with this system include the ease at which a child may get access to (for example) their parents credit cards, defeating the stated purpose of the system, and that it is easy to use a fake script to defraud users into divulging their credit card number to an individual to use for their own purposes.Michelle Crouch is a freelance writer and editor covering personal finance, health, parenting and more.In addition to writing for Credit Cards.com, she is a contributing editor at Reader's Digest, where she persuades subjects ranging from airline pilots to burglars to share what they're really thinking for her monthly "13 secrets" column.