Kids' Data Again In Spotlight As FTC Revisits Privacy Rule

By Allison Grande (July 19, 2019, 10:01 PM EDT) -- The Federal Trade Commission has called for what could be a multiyear review of its child privacy rules, a process that could upend compliance plans for website operators and app developers and bring a wider range of service providers and personal information under the law, attorneys say. 

The commission revealed last week that it's seeking comment on the effectiveness of sweeping changes it made to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act just six years ago, and on whether additional amendments are needed in light of rapid technological advancements. 

The planned review is "a big deal" for any company that operates websites,...

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