The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office created tools, templates and guidance to help online services assess whether they are considering the best interests of children in design and development as required by the U.K. Children’s Code. The self-assessment includes steps to understand children’s best interests under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, outlined in the code’s standard, support in identifying how common uses of data can impact children’s rights, and guidance on creating an action plan to address risks.
Best interests of the child self-assessment
Tags: Europe, Children's Privacy
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Children's Privacy and Safety
Author: Kalinda Raina, Executive EditorPurchase PrintPurchase Digital Children’s Privacy and Safety intends to help the practitioner and advocate on their journey to protect children’s data privacy and safety. The privacy laws and safety protections impacting children vary from country to country...
Children's Data Privacy Protections in the U.K.: What to Know and How to Comply
This article from Davis Wright Tremaine details the children’s data privacy code in the U.K., to whom the code applies, and steps covered entities must take to comply with the code going forward....