There are a lot of products and technologies available that support children asking for parental consent before purchases, etc. (Amazon, Microsoft, etc...)
And, it really isn't that hard to do to confirm whether someone is an adult, (at least in the U.S. and with IDs).
So, why aren't software companies, or at least their distributors, required to make good faith efforts to enforce age restrictions?
For example, maybe an answer would address:
Do age restriction laws somehow indicate what a good-faith effort should look like? Or, do these laws not actually exist, therefore not requiring a good-faith effort?
I suppose this is more or less addressing the theories of good-faith practices to comply with laws, and not specifically this issue.