FTC chairman sees progress on children's online privacy issues

11/14/2012 | Reuters

A children's online privacy bill that has been in the works for some time might be finished by the end of the year, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz says. Breakthroughs in "do not track" guidance for developers and updated regulations for the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act are currently in the works. The FTC wants to make websites, mobile apps and data brokers responsible for securing parental consent before collecting data from youth.

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