Teens can log into Amazon.com and the company's app using their own accounts to make purchases and stream videos. Their parents, meanwhile, can approve their purchases by text message.

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  • Amazon is making it easier for teens to use their parents ...
    Parenting and child development experts, though, raised concerns that the move allows Amazon to gather more data on its customers, including children's browsing histories and purchasing habits. Some also worried about giving children easier access to their parents' credit cards.
    10/13/2017 - 4:55 am | View Website
  • Amazon is making it easier for teens to use their parents ...
    Under Amazon's new program, teenagers can log into the site using their own credentials. They can shop online, stream videos and tap into the perks of their parents' Prime memberships. Amazon notifies parents - either by text message or email - of any purchases.
    10/12/2017 - 6:11 pm | View Website
  • Amazon is making it easier for teens to use their parents ...
    Teens can now log into Amazon.com and the company's app using their own accounts to make purchases and stream videos. Their parents, meanwhile, can approve their purchases by text message or set spending limits per order.
    10/12/2017 - 5:56 pm | View Website
  • Amazon is making it easier for teens to use their parents ...
    Amazon is making it easier for teens to use their parents' credit cards Reed Saxon / AP On Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, Amazon announced that teens can now shop at Amazon on their own, if their parents let them.
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