The ability of children to buy age-restricted goods online creates ethical as well as legal issues

Alcohol, tobacco and knives are among the age-restricted goods finding their way into the hands of minors in the UK because of weak enforcement by online retailers and delivery companies. A new study by the independent auditor Serve Legal finds that more than half (56%) of retailers fail to...

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