Learn about COPPA changes that may be coming

By StartupProgram.com Team


If your startup includes online products for children, you’re likely aware of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection (COPPA) Rule. Late last year, the Federal Trade Commission proposed a number of  changes to the policy, with the goal of shifting “the burden from parents to providers to ensure that digital services are safe and secure for children.”

Check out the blog post on O&A, P.C., to learn how COPPA might soon be changing and how you can submit your feedback to the FTC as the policy is being shaped.

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