FTC proposes to strengthen COPPA, closing loopholes that allowed tech to surveil kids

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The FTC has proposed tightening up the rules protecting kids from the surveillance economy. The updated rules would require companies to get the OK from parents before sharing data with advertisers and prohibit holding onto data for nebulous “internal operations,” among other things. “The proposed changes to COPPA are much-needed, especially in an era where […]

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