The i in online Film Competition winners! Update – Data Protection Day, 27 January 2012 Launch – Child Online Privacy Code and Privacy Survey
The i in online Film Competition winners!
Update – Data Protection Day, 27 January 2012
Launch – Child Online Privacy Code and Privacy Survey

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The i in online educates people about using and providing personal information online and also highlights the potential pitfalls of sharing too much personal information on the internet when using blogs or social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, etc, and not managing privacy settings effectively.

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Developers of apps for kids must keep parents informed – FTC warns Stingray catches “the Hacker” ICO Cautions Internet Eyes after CCTV Footage on YouTube SNS fail to protect children’s privacy and reputation FB facial recognition software could break law!
Developers of apps for kids must keep parents informed – FTC warns
Stingray catches “the Hacker”
ICO Cautions Internet Eyes after CCTV Footage on YouTube
SNS fail to protect children’s privacy and reputation
FB facial recognition software could break law!
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Developers of apps for kids must keep parents informed of how information will be used, warns FTC

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) is a federal agency with jurisdiction over consumer protection and enforcement of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA) in the United States. The FTC has recently carried out a survey of hundreds of apps from the Apple App Store and Android Market, focusing on the information made available to parents. The results have been published in a report called ‘Mobile Apps for Kids: Current Privacy Disclosures are Disappointing’.

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Trailer – The Child Online Privacy Code