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Daily Dashboard | Sen. Markey to introduce legislation aimed at protecting children online Related reading: A data processing addendum for the CCPA?

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U.S. Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., announced plans to introduce legislation aimed at combating the “commercialization” of children’s online lives, The Hill reports. The Kids Internet Design and Safety Act would have online platforms modify algorithms to ensure harmful content did not appear and would limit the types of advertising targeted at children. Arguing that the platforms had an “ethical obligation to keep violent and dangerous content away from children,” Markey added that without enforceable rules, “platforms will continue to build their websites in ways to drive up clicks and views and promote access to harmful content at the expense of children's best interest.” Editor's Note: The IAPP will host a content moderation workshop May 1 at the Global Privacy Summit in Washington.
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