Episode 1002 – Apps For Kids In The Google Play Store Full Of Privacy Violations

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COPPA, Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, is meant to regulate applications and services directly targeted to children. This episode talks about the details of what COPPA states and a research report that showed 1 in 5 kid’s apps in the Google Play store are not meeting COPPA requirements.

Source COPPA Text – https://bit.ly/2U0Tmz4

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