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After examining almost 1,500 apps and websites aimed at children, the Global Privacy Enforcement Network found 67 percent harvest personal information with only 31 percent employing controls, Tech Crunch reports. Adam Scott of the UK Information Commissioner’s Office said, “The attitude shown by a number of these websites and apps suggested little regard for how anyone’s personal information should be handled, let alone that of children.” Though Canadian Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien noted a small number of websites and apps “did not collect any personal information at all, demonstrating it is possible to have a successful, appealing and dynamic product that is also child friendly and worry-free for parents.” Meanwhile, Microsoft is working to ensure children’s privacy regulations are observed in app advertising.
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