A year has passed since Google and YouTube reached a record settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for violating COPPA, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. In Part One of this series, we broke down three core learnings from the 2019 settlement. Part Two will take a… Read More
A year has passed since Google and YouTube reached a record settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for violating COPPA, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. The $170 million fine, following a prolonged investigation, was a critical step for kids’ online safety and moved the goalposts for enforcement… Read More
We started SuperAwesome in 2013 with the mission to make the internet safer for kids. The key to achieving that kind of impact has always been scale. The bigger we are, the more our products are adopted, the more that children are engaging with a safer digital environment. To help… Read More
Wednesday was the first day of a new era of online protections for kids. The Age Appropriate Design Code became law in the UK, impacting companies around the world. Any website, app, or digital service with users or operations in the UK will now have to consider the best interests of their under-18 audience in designing their services. Read More
In Episode Nine of #Kidtech Season Two, we were joined by Nathan Phillips, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Technology, Humans And Taste (THAT), a creative agency which has worked on a range of high profile projects in the kids space combining technology, design and play. Read More
At SuperAwesome, we’re committed to ensuring that team members grow and up-skill within their team, and the company as a whole. In this Women in Tech series, we’ll be looking at the career paths of various women working in tech within SuperAwesome — from engineers to product managers to everything in between.
Natasha studied Computer Science at university and became a Data Scientist upon graduating. She transitioned into software engineering after 1 and a half years of data science and eventually went on to join SuperAwesome as a Software Engineer for AwesomeAds, the only ad platform built for the global kids industry. Read More
Continuing our interviews with industry leaders and policy makers, in Episode Eight we were joined by Helen Dixon, the Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland, whose remit covers some of the world’s largest technology companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, AirBnB and many more - all headquartered in Ireland. Read More
In the latest episode of #Kidtech, SuperAwesome CEO Dylan Collins spoke with Andy Robertson, the well-known family and technology journalist and author of forthcoming book ‘Taming Gaming’.
Andy recently launched the Family Video Games Database; he and Dylan talked at length about the interaction of parents with the games their children are playing, as well as the metaversification of gaming in general. Read More
In Episode six of #Kidtech SuperAwesome CEO Dylan Collins was joined by Steven Wolfe Pereira, CEO and Co-founder of Encantos, the purpose-driven family brand powerhouse. Steven spoke extensively about the history and mission behind Encantos, the future of DTC brands and how bilingual is the future for kids everywhere. You… Read More
Today, we're extremely pleased to announce our partnership with WPP to advance the standards of privacy for children in the global digital ecosystem. Responding to ongoing shifts in children’s online consumption patterns, WPP is the first company among its peers to set a benchmark for the highest standards in digital privacy and safety for kids. Read More