It's something like a "do not call" list for kids. And it's online.

Parents now have a resource established by the Michigan Secretary of State which can help filter potentially troublesome emails and links sent to accounts children may have access to.

Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson tells WBCK the "Protect MI Child" registry allows parents to submit email addresses their children have access to, then the system filters potentially troublesome content and keeps it from reaching the inboxes of those accounts.

Click here to read more and begin the process to register.

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