FLoCs, or Federated Learning of Cohorts, are intended to replace some uses of third-party cookies. But how exactly do they work and what do they mean for the kids digital landscape?
As part of our Safer Internet Day celebrations and activities, we asked kids to share their online safety tips. Here’s what they told us.
We spoke with KidAware certified Gareth Burkhill-Howarth, Data Protection Officer (DPO) at WPP, to discuss his views on the advertising industry, staying up to date on children’s privacy laws, and more.
Now that the UK has formally left the European Union, will brands and developers face new obligations under GDPR-K? Read more to find out.
Keep reading to learn more about the Online Harms white paper and the proposed new legislation to follow.
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.