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Do you think the HTML spec should do something differently? You can discuss spec feedback here, but you should send it to the WHATWG mailing list or file a bug in the W3C bugzilla for it to be considered.
I think it would be nice to add in HTML attribute xxx-level = [n], where n - an optional integer between 0 and 255 indicating the age (in months) is allowed to view the content inside the tag. Thus 16 years - this is n = 192, 18 - is n = 216, 21 - is n = 252, and the like. By default, n = 255. Pointing your browser's date of birth can prevent user to view the content of those sites where such an attribute will be used. And what is most comfortable - in detail on the tags.
What do you think about this?
P.S. Sorry for my English - the text translated by machine translation.
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