Recommendations for compliance in an increasingly regulated children’s media environment
Children are now one of the fastest growing online audiences and UNICEF reports more than 175,000 kids globally go online for the first time every day. As a result, lawmakers across the U.S. and around the world have been monitoring young people’s online well-being and are increasingly focused on doing more to protect children and teens from potential online abuse and privacy violations.
As lawmakers look to strengthen the laws that protect children’s data and consider creating additional rules that extend protections to minors 13 years old and above, companies should reevaluate their approach to children’s data.
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), enforced by the . . .
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