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Daily Dashboard | State attorneys general ask FTC to strengthen children's privacy laws Related reading: The Atlantic Declaration: Data bridges, privacy and AI





A bipartisan coalition of 25 state attorneys general has asked the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to strengthen children’s privacy laws to curb data-collection practices, KTVZ reports. In a letter to the FTC, the attorneys general call for the agency to expand the definition of personal data to include faceprints and health and genetic information. “Parents feel helpless to understand, much less control, what information about their children is being collected, with whom it is being shared, and for what purpose,” Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum wrote in her own letter to the FTC.
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