Law & Technology

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Updates Are Front and Center in the Latest Round of Questioning of Big Tech Executives

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act is a federal law that regulates the online collection of personal information of children under 13, by persons or entities under the U.S. jurisdiction. It was enacted 21 years ago, and it has had little if any update since 2000.  The rise of platforms like TikTok—extremely popular among young children—has made other tech giants also compete and target young…
Ayala Law P.A.
October 28, 2021