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

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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