FTC Will Propose Broader Children’s Online Privacy Safeguards
December 24th, 2011

Speaking at a Dec. 15 Capitol Hill forum on children’s and teens’ online privacy, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz said that the agency is recommending that the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) expand the definition of personally identifiable information.

Leibowitz explained that he supports expanding the definition of “personally identifiable information” to include geolocation information, photos, videos, IP addresses, and
similar items found on computers or mobile devices.

by Ifrah Law Firm

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