The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has begun reviewing the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. The last time the agency amended COPPA, it was anything but a short process, and this will be no different. But while it may take time for any potential amendments or tangible results to surface, the start to this process has meaning. For The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Staff Writer Joseph Duball talks to privacy pros and the FTC itself about what should shift and why, as well as what role a federal law might play in how children are protected.
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