If your website, app or game targets kids (or sort of targets kids) and you haven’t been taking your obligations under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 seriouslyContinue Reading FTC Fines Epic Games $520 Million: What You Need to Know
The FTC has fined an app developer for failure to acquire parental consent for sharing online identifiers for use for targeted advertising.
A developer of apps that are popular with…
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The Federal Trade Commission weighs in on Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic:
For Ed Tech:
- COPPA is not a barrier to schools providing robust
Is the FTC’s Google-YouTube settlement a “game changer”?
“It’s three times larger than any privacy penalty assessed against Google anywhere else in the world, and it is 10 times larger…
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The Federal Trade Commission and New York Attorney General have entered into landmark settlement with Google and YouTube for alleged violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule.
Continue Reading FTC and New York Attorney General Reach Settlement With Google, YouTube Over Alleged COPPA Violations
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking comments on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule.
In light of continued rapid changes in technology, the Federal Trade Commission is seeking comment…
Continue Reading The FTC Wants to Know What You Think About the 2013 Amendments to the Children’s Online Privacy Protction Act Rule
On Tuesday, April 22nd, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it has updated its “Complying with COPPA: Frequently Asked Questions: A Guide for Business and Parents and Small Entity Compliance Guide” to address consent for the collection of student information. …
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