Privacy for Children: July 1 COPPA Update

If you have an internet-using child under 13 in your home, chances are they’ve come to you saying something like, “Can you please check your email? I cant use [insert website name here] until you respond to your email!  Pleeeeeeeese!”

Copyright Alejandrocaicedo – “Kids studying at RIA centers”

Been on vacation and at a conference for the past two weeks, so I’ve been off the grid. But I have a new post up about the childrens’ privacy regulation updates that took effect yesterday. The post is over at faithandsafety.org, a site focused on family friendly tech use that is a joint venture between the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

via Tightening Privacy for Children: July 1 COPPA Update – Blog Post – Faith and Safety.

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