Latest Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Stories
NEW YORK and MCLEAN, Va., Jan.
Online businesses directed towards children under 13 years of age now have access to a new and better technology for verifying parental consent and complying with the Children's Online Privacy Protection
Compliant with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) To Give Parents Peace of Mind; Value Priced Device Loaded with Children’s Content Los Angeles,
Strict updates to the Federal Trade Commission's 1998 Children's Online Privacy Protection Act went into effect on Monday, offering new privacy protections for children under the age of 13 while giving parents better control over the personal information collected from their children.
Technologically advanced service provides online businesses directed towards children under 13 years of age with an easy and reliable solution for verifying parental consent. Westport,
Parents have refocused their attention on the safety of their young children after the FTC recently issued answers to frequently asked questions about the Children's Online Privacy Protection
No one is happy when their privacy is compromised, but children have very little understanding of the dangers that can be associated with it.