k-ID startup aims to streamline children's privacy compliance

06/03/2024 | IAPP

A startup called k-ID has developed a technology platform to protect children's privacy in the online gaming industry. In addition, k-ID offers solutions to publishers and game developers to comply with the growing number of data privacy regulations in more than 200 markets worldwide. The CEO of k-ID, Kieran Donovan, believes that online gaming is a great starting point for tackling children's privacy issues because of the large number of children playing video games online. He hopes that the k-ID platform, which is "sector-agnostic," will eventually extend to companies in multiple industries that collect and process children's personal data.

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