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FTC Retains COPPA Rule Without Changes

The Federal Trade Commission today announced its decision to retain, without changes, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection (COPPA) Rule, which implements the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. In a Federal Register notice to be published soon, the Commission will present its findings retaining the Rule’s sliding scale approach to obtaining parental consent to the online collection of personal information from children, which takes into account how such information can be used.

FTC Retains Children’s Online Privacy Protection (COPPA) Rule Without Changes

This is from 4/17/07, but thought I would post it as it states that after a multiple year review, that COPPA standards are still good, have been protecting children sufficiently without too much complaints from parents to operators of sites.

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Joi Podgorny has spent the better part of the past 2 decades working on the bleeding edge of the technology and entertainment industries, from content/brand development and production to leading international support, moderation, community and social teams. Most recently, Joi founded Good People Collective, a consulting agency focused on helping companies and organizations establish, assess and pivot their internal and external cultures to help maximize their potential. She and her team are currently working on an exciting new software project, combining corporate training and virtual reality.

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