Del. Bill Would Mandate Delete-Post Option For Minors

Law360, New York (March 18, 2014, 7:45 PM EDT) -- Delaware’s attorney general and a state lawmaker on Tuesday moved to strengthen online privacy protections for children by introducing legislation that would allow Internet users to remove content they posted on websites and mobile apps as minors and would place prohibitions on advertising to kids.

Under the Child Online Protection Act, which was brought to the state's House of Representatives by Rep. Darryl Scott, D-Dover, operators of websites, online services or mobile applications that have actual knowledge that a child is using their service must permit...
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