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By Denise TayloeJune 04, 2018

What We Know About the Student Digital Privacy Act

The White House unveiled the Student Digital Privacy Act, addressed by Obama in his Road to the State of the Union Tour at the FTC on January 12. The legislation was proposed in an effort to keep  our children safe even with the fast-evolving nature[..]

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By Denise TayloeJune 01, 2018

The PRIVO Kid’s Privacy Manifesto

Today, on Data Privacy Day, online privacy experts in the US, Canada and Europe have geared up to educate consumers and businesses – over the course of a single day – about the importance of protecting the privacy of their personal information online.[..]

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Claire Quinn
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By Claire QuinnApril 27, 2018

GDPR Age of "Digital" Consent

The GDPR has set the age of consent at 16, meaning users 15 years and younger need parent consent where applicable. However, member states can choose a younger age down to 13.

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By PRIVOMarch 22, 2018

Buy vs Build

Thinking of building your own age verification & permission management platform? Consider these four areas carefully before you make a decision.

1. Can you build and a maintain a regulatory based solution to protect your young consumers?

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By Claire QuinnMarch 08, 2018

GDPRkids™ Readiness Checklist

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25th, 2018. What does this mean for businesses around the world? Data controllers and processors globally will need to adhere to the regulation if collecting, using and storing[..]

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By PRIVOAugust 23, 2017

Is Disney Really Out of Compliance? There may be two sides of the story

In light of the three-high profile class action lawsuits this month alleging leading companies, including Disney, Viacom and Unity are in violation of COPPA (The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act), it is important to look a little deeper and[..]

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By Claire QuinnSeptember 14, 2016

Know Your Audience or Pay the Price

Websites, apps, games and connected devices, all considered “online services”, that are directed to or attract children, often assume they know their audience. Think again! What may appear to be clear is not always the case.

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By Denise TayloeSeptember 02, 2016

Top 5 COPPA Tips

Understand how to handle your audience.Only want kids 13 and up engaging with your online property? It’s not OK to just block kids 12 and under if your site looks and feels child directed or has content that appeals to them.

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By Claire QuinnJanuary 07, 2016

Kicking off 2016

As we enter 2016 we face some significant challenges to our privacy. While online developments enhance our digital lives they can pose privacy risks that shouldn’t be ignored. Children that received a new device over the holidays will have no trouble[..]

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By Denise TayloeMay 07, 2015

Create a Safe Password that You Can Actually Remember, In Celebration of World Password Day

PRIVO's Foundation, has been busy working on new educational curriculum around online privacy for kids and their families. So in honor of World Password Day today, here are some easy tips from our curriculum for creating a strong password.

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Claire Quinn
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By Claire QuinnMarch 20, 2015

Privacy Still Matters to the Sharing Generation

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been widely quoted in the press for his comments around privacy. Almost five years ago he was reported to say that privacy was no longer a “social norm” as he signed up millions of users to his  “let’s all share[..]

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By PRIVOMarch 05, 2015

#FLASH BACK FRIDAY - Burton Group Catalyst - The First Identity Oracle

We just came across this blog post from 2007. Not much has changed besides the technology in which we deliver it. Bob Blakely, quoted in the post, is now the Director of Security Innovation at Citigroup.

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By Claire QuinnMarch 04, 2015

DEVELOPER TIP: Talk to Parents & Children and Don't be Afraid to Engage them

Protecting the privacy of our children is paramount. The new Student Digital Privacy & Innovation Act, which made the headlines in the last few weeks, highlights how Government legislation attempts to keep up with the fast paced change of the online[..]

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By Denise TayloeJanuary 05, 2015

2015 Children’s Online Privacy Predictions

Concern for children’s privacy must be a priority for parents and teachers in 2015. Our children are digitally connected at school and at home spending more than seven and a half hours a day online, fueling billions of dollars in revenue. Just in the[..]

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By Denise TayloeJanuary 01, 2015

Top 5 Resolution List for Safeguarding Your Family's Online Privacy in 2015

You teach your child how to wait for the green light before crossing the street, not to speak to strangers and how to look both ways before crossing. Well, there are some very similar rules you need to teach to your child about playing online. Ring in[..]

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