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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: How COPPA can serve as a model for a future privacy framework Related reading: Op-ed: Regulation needed for facial recognition to help fight crime

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In an op-ed for The Hill, Kathryn Montgomery and Jeff Chester reflect on key lessons from their time spent campaigning for the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act 20 years ago. Believing that COPPA can help serve policymakers who are now tasked with developing a framework for internet privacy, they urge policymakers to observe the longstanding success of the regulation as a model for future privacy laws. Montgomery and Chester write the four key takeaways from their experience show that regulation is required to protect consumer privacy, it will not thwart innovation or “break the internet,” privacy regulation can be drafted in a way that adapts to the rapid changes in both technology and business practices, and privacy is a bipartisan issue.
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