Latest Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Stories
The FTC has announced that they will launch an investigation into kids apps to identify those which also collect sensitive information from children without alerting the parents as outlined in COPPA.
An overwhelming majority of Americans support regulations requiring websites to gain parental consent before collecting personal information from children under the age of 13.
The FTC is also now in the process of increasing regulations concerning children’s Internet privacy, causing some popular web services to cry ‘foul’ and once again catapulting the issue of kids privacy online into the public spotlight.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently stated that it would propose more stringent standards to safeguard the privacy and data of children who utilize the Internet.
Relationship brings new technologically advanced solutions for mobile applications and push notification technologies to help companies comply with rapidly changing COPPA regulations.