Mobile App Co. Dokogeo Settles NJ Child Privacy Claims

Law360, New York (November 22, 2013, 9:07 PM ET) -- A California-based mobile application developer agreed last week to beef up its privacy disclosures and stop collecting personal information about users under 13 to settle a complaint with the New Jersey attorney general’s office, which accused the company of violating child online privacy laws.

San-Francisco based app developer Dokogeo Inc. agreed to bolster its child privacy protection to settle allegations that it collected personal data and geolocation information on users of its animation-based “Dokobots” mobile app, in violation of the federal Child Online Privacy Protection Act...
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