Latest Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Stories
69% of Parents Post Pictures of Their Children Online Despite Privacy Concerns; 1 in 5 Have Helped Their Child to Set Up an Online Account on a Website That Required They Were Over 13
FTC-Approved COPPA Safe Harbor Hires Top Talent WASHINGTON, Feb.
With Adobe ActionScript support, AgeCheq dramatically eases path to COPPA compliance for three million+ AIR developers YORK, Pa., Feb.
Mind Candy's PopJam already onboard YORK, Pa., Feb.
Imagine Learning joins growing number of ed-tech companies to sign the Student Privacy Pledge. Provo, UT (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 Imagine Learning announced
AgeCheq celebrates Data Privacy Day 2015 by launching Kids Online Privacy Camp, a free app to help parents teach children about their online privacy YORK, Pa., Jan.
"Common Consent Mechanisms" do not require FTC approval YORK, Pa., Nov.
NASA Goddard OPTIMUS PRIME Challenge and A+E Networks (Planet H) is on board CHICAGO, Nov.
San Francisco-based online customer rating and review website Yelp has agreed to pay the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the sum of $450,000 for illegally collecting the personal information of youngsters under the age of 13 without proper consent.
Google is reportedly developing a kid-friendly version of its video-streaming website YouTube, and is also said to be considering allowing youngsters under the age of 13 to sign up for special Gmail accounts.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.