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Daily Dashboard | US Rep. reintroduces children's privacy bill; ICO discusses Children's Code Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?



  • USA Today reports U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, D-Fla., reintroduced her Protecting the Information of our Vulnerable Children and Youth Act. The bill covers minors ages 13 to 17 and would prohibit targeted advertising against kids, require privacy impact assessments for all covered entities and allow a private right of action for parents to bring claims on their children's behalf.
  • The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office posted a blog explaining key standards under the Age Appropriate Design Code. The ICO outlined how a business should consider a child's best interest with its data practices, the detrimental use of certain data and data minimization.

Editor's note: Common Sense Media's Ariel Fox Johnson, CIPP/US, discussed the struggle to balance efforts to comply with U.S. and U.K. children's privacy standards. 


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