A moment like no other for children's privacy in 2021

01/11/2021 | IAPP

Products and services marketed to children and teens have increased dramatically over recent years. As a result, lawmakers are paying attention, with some proposing legislation to enhance children's protections online and turning to the UK's Children's Code for inspiration. The activity has created what Common Sense Media Senior Counsel, Global Policy Ariel Fox Johnson, CIPP/US, said is a "moment like no other in the last 10 to 20 years." In this article, the IAPP look at the growing interest in children's privacy, efforts underway in the US and beyond, and how to create effective protections for children online.

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