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Sun, 10 Jun 2018 19:29:36 -0500
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Buckling up in the car is a precaution parents take to protect themselves
and their children. When it comes to the Children’s Online Privacy
Protection Act, navigating the rules of the COPPA Road helps protect your
business and the kids who visit your website or use your online service.
Most companies are familiar with COPPA’s mandate to get parental consent up
front before collecting personal information from children under 13. But
there’s another requirement farther down the COPPA Road that some
businesses may not know about.

As the FTC’s Six-Step Compliance Plan for Your Business explains, if you’re
covered by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule, you must provide
parents the right to review and delete their children’s information. But
did you know that, under certain circumstances, COPPA also requires you to
delete children’s personal information, even if parents don’t ask you to?

Dallas, Tx
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