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United States Privacy Digest | US rep. reintroduces children's privacy bill Related reading: The Atlantic Declaration: Data bridges, privacy and AI


USA Today reports U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, D-Fla., reintroduced her Protecting the Information of our Vulnerable Children and Youth Act. The bill, which covers minors ages 13 to 17, prohibits targeted advertising against kids, requires privacy impact assessments for all covered entities and allows a private right of action for parents to bring claims. In a statement, Castor said companies can't "unreasonably track and target children," adding that it's time to address "minimal privacy protections in place today" by bringing safeguards "into the 21st century."
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