What Virginia's CDPA means for privacy programs

(Mar 8, 2021) With Gov. Ralph Northam’s, D-Va., signature of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act, the state became the second in the U.S. to enact a broad, multi-rig... Read More

What Virginia's Consumer Data Protection Act means for your privacy program

(Mar 8, 2021) With Gov. Ralph Northam’s, D-Va., signature of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act March 2, 2021, Virginia became the second state to enact a broad, mu... Read More

Tackling teens’ unique privacy ‘vulnerabilities’

(Mar 4, 2021) The BBB National Programs’ “Risky Business” white paper explores the unique privacy risks in the teen mobile application landscape, finding what Privacy Init... Read More

Attorney general asks appeals court to review NM COPPA lawsuit

(Mar 4, 2021) New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is asking the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to review allegations that... Read More

Installation of facial recognition in Delhi schools raises privacy fears

(Mar 3, 2021) Digital rights advocates said facial recognition technology installed in at least a dozen schools in Delhi, India, is an invasion of children’s privacy, Reut... Read More

As children’s interest grows, time to make VR safer

(Mar 3, 2021) In a blog post for Common Sense Media, Senior Advocacy Manager Jennifer Peters writes as children’s interest in immersive technologies like virtual reality i... Read More

Bill addresses privacy protections for Hawaiian employees, students

(Mar 2, 2021) Hawaii's House of Representatives is considering Read More

Comparing the Age Appropriate Design Code with COPPA

(Mar 2, 2021) The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office’s Age Appropriate Design Code is the new kid on the privacy block, with enforcement beginning September 2021. Its ... Read More

Reconciling the Age Appropriate Design Code with COPPA

(Feb 23, 2021) The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office's Age Appropriate Design Code, or Children’s Code, is the new kid on the privac... Read More

‘Risky Business’ study explores ‘vulnerabilities’ of teen privacy space

(Feb 23, 2021) Eighty-three percent of U.S. teens, between the ages of 13 and 17, download a mobile application at least once a month. Of apps marketed to teens, 83... Read More