YouTube Fine Showcases Expanded Enforcement Of COPPA

Law360 (September 10, 2019, 3:07 PM EDT) -- If your company has a reasonable expectation that its online services or other technologies are being accessed by children under the age of 13, then you need to take into account the increasing risk from adverse government actions. With growing concerns about data privacy, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act is finding momentum among both federal and state regulators.

Case in point — on Sept. 4, the Federal Trade Commission and the New York attorney general announced[1] that Google LLC and its subsidiary, YouTube LLC, will pay $170 million, a record amount, to settle allegations that YouTube was collecting children's personal...

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