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October 16, 2010 by USA Post
“These websites should really ask parents for permission to do so and must explain what they do best and it is time for the law to catch up with industry practices,” Roschke, Graduate Fellow at Georgetown Law Rights IP commented.
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The Journal reported that mothers of small companies, and pop the privacy practices vary head many sites popular with children. Among the sites studied, y8.com offers games for kids with names like “Crush the Castle 2″ and “Dreamy Nails Makeover.” They had links to a prnographic site, xnxx.com, according to records of Internet registration. Y8 installed 69 monitoring records on the computer test of the Journal. It also asks users to enter an email address to register.
“Children are safe on y8″ y8 G Olivier employee responded to questions by e-mail.
The FTC considers the only federal law that limits the collection of data on children, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or Coppa. This law requires that sites aimed at children under 13 to get parental permission before collecting, using or disclosing personal information from a child such as name, home or e-mail address, phone too and Social Security number. The law also applies to consumer sites that collect personal information from children.
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