The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1998 to protect children's privacy by regulating what personal information may be collected from... more +
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1998 to protect children's privacy by regulating what personal information may be collected from children's online activity. The law applies to commercial websites and online services directed at children under thirteen years of age and regulates how personal information may be collected, stored or used.
Unique Privacy Concerns for Mobile Apps
FTC Hits Path with $800k Fine, Continues to Make Mobile Privacy a Priority
As we continue our “new year, new look” series into important privacy issues for 2013, we boldly predict...more
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Does a Virtual Pet Site Violate COPPA?; Legislative Updates: Geolocation bill and VPPA Updates Advance, ECPA Update Stalls; Dunkin’s “Best Coffee” Slogan Can’t Be Trademarked; Takeoff: First California...more
Recent FTC and California Attorney General actions highlight the need to reassess privacy policies.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently ordered the data brokerage industry to provide information on the collection...more
Mobile app developers faced new scrutiny at state and federal levels this December, with app makers removing apps and taking action to respond. On December 6, 2012, California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed suit against...more
Two recent developments should have all app providers reviewing their privacy practices and policies. On Monday, December 10, the Federal Trade Commission released its latest report on privacy disclosures and kids apps....more
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