Petition by Joy Spencer
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is currently the only legislative tool available that keeps parents in control of what data and personal information companies can collect about children under 13 while they are online. The Federal Trade Commission has proposed rule changes that will update the law and keep parents in control even in this new digital era of social media networks, mobile apps, gaming sites and tracking that goes on while kids are web browsing. There is already mounting industry opposition to these rule changes which will provide parents with another tool to stay in control. Parents must make their voices heard so that the FTC knows that we support these important rule changes that keep parents in charge.
Dear Canadian Youth Workers,
Would you consider signing my petition, “Federal Trade Commission: Let parents control who can collect data from their kids” on Change.org.
It’s important. Will you sign it too? Here’s the link:
Thanks again — together we’re making change happen,