Latest Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Stories
"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.
Technologically-advanced service provides online businesses directed towards children under 13 years of age with an easy and reliable solution for complying with COPPA regulations. WESTPORT,
Technology innovator has teamed with an Established Leader in Online Data Privacy Management to promote the protection of children’s online privacy by streamlining compliance with the Children’s
TRUSTe expands COPPA compliance solutions to include website monitoring and new verifiable parental consent (VPC) service from AssertID SAN FRANCISCO, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Mobile ad networks and other API service providers can now use AgeCheq to automate the creation of privacy disclosure statements YORK, Pa., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AgeCheq
Angel investors give initial financing to company that helps game developers comply with the federal Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and gives parents control over children's online
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