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Show Daily | The City of Sin ponders the changing world of children's privacy Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Oct. 18, 2019

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The U.S. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act went into effect in 2000, and a lot has changed over the past 19 years. “The Changing World of Children’s Privacy” breakout session at P.S.R. will examine how the EU General Data Protection Regulation and California Consumer Privacy Act have changed the child privacy landscape and tackle the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s upcoming COPPA review. Session participants include Future of Privacy Forum Policy Counsel Amelia Vance, Common Sense Media Senior Counsel, Policy & Privacy Ariel Fox Johnson, CIPP/US, and FTC Senior Attorney Division of Privacy and Identity Protection Kristin Cohen, who all offered their thoughts on the FTC review of COPPA in this piece by IAPP Staff Writer Joseph Duball.
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