Federal Bill Makes Major Changes to Children’s Online Privacy Rules

If passed, online privacy protections would be extended beyond children under 13 years of age to teens or “minors” between the age of 12 and 16, and require the implementation of a Digital Marketing Bill of Rights for Minors that limits the collection of PI from teens; internet companies would be prohibited from collecting PI of a minor without their consent and must comply with deletion requests, and manufacturers of connected devices directed at a child or minor must comply with transparent packaging requirements.

 

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