We’ve rounded up some of the most frequently asked questions by publishers to help you better navigate COPPA and the kids digital landscape.
We spoke with KidAware certified Miranda Abney, Senior Director, Marketing at got milk?, about her views on kids’ privacy regulations, changes in the food advertising landscape, and more.
In Part One of this three-part series, we’ll dive deeper into last year’s settlement and share actionable takeaways for brands and content creators.
Podcast: UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham: “A generation from now, regulations protecting kids online will be as normal as seatbelts”
On Episode 11 of #Kidtech, our CEO Dylan Collins was joined by the UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, to discuss children’s privacy.
The Age Appropriate Design Code recently became law in the UK, impacting companies around the world. Learn more about what the law entails.
We were joined by Helen Dixon, the Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland, whose remit covers some of the world’s largest technology companies.
With a dramatic increase in kids consuming digital content comes new data privacy and compliance risks for app developers around the world.
FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter sat with SuperAwesome CEO Dylan Collins to discuss that YouTube fine, emerging digital privacy policies in the kids space, the FTC’s role, and the future of COPPA.
The UK data privacy regulator launched the Age Appropriate Design Code (AADC) — the most radical effort to date to make the internet safer for kids. The Code is a set of design guidelines for digital services that may be used by children.
PopJam is our COPPA and GDPR-K compliant, safe-social content platform built specifically for kids. It’s used by hundreds of brands, content-owners and YouTubers to interact directly with under-13s as an alternative to platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat (which aren’t designed for kids).