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Daily Dashboard | Podcast looks at COPPA and the difficulties of parenting in the digital age Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Jan. 18, 2019

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In the latest episode of “Their Own Devices,” Marc Groman, CIPP/US, formerly the senior privacy adviser for the Obama administration, and David Reitman, a doctor of adolescent medicine, interview Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Phyllis Marcus to find out why the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act uses the age of 13 as the line for children’s privacy protection and how it requires parents to actively engage with how their child accesses the internet. In the podcast, the hosts note that “Privacy law in the U.S has one clear line: Treat everyone under 12 as kids, and everyone 13 and older as adults.” They caution against using 13 as an indicator that it has become safe for a child to engage unsupervised with the internet and note that parenting a teen through this digital age will likely prove to have its own set of challenges.
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