The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA") prohibits websites from performing certain activities with a child's personal information (where such child is under the age of 13) without parental consent. This article looks at two amendments to COPPA proposed by the FTC (who enforces the act), and also relates the story of a developer's website which ran afoul of the act (and the penalties which ensued).
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FTC, COPPA, and personal information