The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation scheduled a July 27 markup to consider a pair of children's privacy bills. The committee will hold discussions on proposals for the Children and Teens’ Online Privacy Protection Act and the Kids Online Safety Act. The Children and Teens' Online Privacy Protection Act, introduced May 2021, is geared toward limiting practices on children's data collection and use. The Kids Online Safety Act, first introduced in February, offers provisions focused on prohibiting algorithms and targeted advertising to children ages 16 and under.
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