5 Tips For Dodging COPPA's Big New Pitfalls

Law360, New York (June 11, 2013, 9:53 PM EDT) -- With less than a month left to comply with the Federal Trade Commission's revised children's online privacy rule, child-directed websites and their third-party affiliates have no time to waste to ensure that they're meeting the rule's expanded obligations.

Under changes to its Children's Online Privacy Protection Act rule unveiled Dec. 19 and set to go into effect July 1, the FTC expanded the scope of the 13-year-old regulation to draw in technologies such as device identifiers and third-party services including social media plug-ins that have actual...
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