Children: Video Game Publisher Lacked Interest-Based Advertising Disclosures

The video game publisher collected user data for interest-based advertising without providing information required under the Digital Advertising Accountability Program (enhanced notice link, opt out mechanism, statement of adherence, disclosure of third party data collection); the non-compliance was resolved by removing advertising from their gaming platforms. engaging an outsider to review their privacy practices and updating its privacy policies.

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