One of the threads seen throughout the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's "Future of the COPPA Rule" workshop focused on the misconceptions surrounding the nearly two-decades-old rule. Panelists at the event Monday sought to shed some light on the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act: what it is — and perhaps more importantly — what it isn't. The workshop is part of the FTC's review on whether provisions within COPPA need to be updated. IAPP Associate Editor Ryan Chiavetta, CIPP/US, and Staff Writer Joe Duball have the details from the workshop in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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