The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) regulates the collection of personal information from children (defined as anyone under thirteen years of age). Recently, the FTC solicited comments about COPPA, and the resulting modifications will have significant impact on advertisers, publishers, and mobile app developers. This article by Richard Newman reviews the FTC's proposed modifications to COPPA and highlights the areas which will most impact entrepreneurs in those spaces.
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What FTC’s COPPA Revisions Mean for Advertisers, Pubs and Mobile Developers