Current and Future State of Data Privacy: Spotlight on Children & Teens in 2022

 January 27, 2022

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Event Overview

To celebrate Data Privacy Week 2022, special guest Duncan McCann, Head of Policy Implementation with 5Rights Foundation joined PRIVO’s CEO, Denise G. Tayloe and Chief Privacy Officer, Claire Quinn to discuss the current state of data privacy as it pertains to children and teens and what to expect in 2022. 

The need for privacy protection in a connected world has never been more important or more widely recognized, especially when it comes to our children and teens. Prior to COVID, we already knew online users under the age of thirteen (U13) have become one of the fastest growing digital audiences around the world. Nearly half (46%) of US tweens have a smartphone. 81% of the world’s children and 92% of US children have an online presence before they turn 2. In the wake of COVID, kids are online quadrupling digital engagement and screen time. Now is the time for companies to get it right when it comes to responsibly engaging with youth and their families.

Topics covered:

  • COPPA Rule – What should we expect to see from the upcoming review.

  • Proposed legislation

  • GDPR – Impact of the EU legislation globally

  • Impact of the Children’s Code

  • Age verification, estimation, and assurance in a digital world

Speakers:

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Duncan McCann,
Head of Policy Implementation,
5Rights

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Claire Quinn,
Chief Privacy Officer,
PRIVO

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Denise G. Tayloe,
Co-Founder & CEO,
PRIVO

Event Overview

Join PRIVO to celebrate Data Privacy Week 2022 with PRIVO’s CEO, Denise G. Tayloe and Chief Privacy Officer, Claire Quinn, as they discuss the current state of data privacy as it pertains to children and teens and what to expect in 2022. They will dive into the changing privacy and safety landscape, key regulations, age verification, engagement best practices, failures, trends and tools to look out for. The discussion will shine a light on the opportunities and competitive advantages to be gained by those companies that responsibly engage with the fastest growing user segment online.

Special guest, Duncan McCann, Head of Policy Implementation with 5Rights Foundation will be joining the conversation to share their latest research findings on the impact of the Children’s Code…

The need for privacy protection in a connected world has never been more important or more widely recognized, especially when it comes to our children and teens. Prior to COVID, we already knew online users under the age of thirteen (U13) have become one of the fastest growing digital audiences around the world. Nearly half (46%) of US tweens have a smartphone. 81% of the world’s children and 92% of US children have an online presence before they turn 2. In the wake of COVID, kids are online quadrupling digital engagement and screen time. Now is the time for companies to get it right when it comes to responsibly engaging with youth and their families.

Topics covered:

  • COPPA Rule – What should we expect to see from the upcoming review.

  • Proposed legislation

  • GDPR – Impact of the EU legislation globally

  • Impact of the Children’s Code

  • Age verification, estimation and assurance in a Digital World

Speakers:

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Denise G. Tayloe,
Co-Founder & CEO,
PRIVO

About Data Privacy Week, January 24 – 28

In 2022, National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA) is excited to expand the Data Privacy Day campaign into Data Privacy Week, a full week-long initiative. Data Privacy Day began in the United States and Canada in January 2008 as an extension of Data Protection Day in Europe. Data Protection Day commemorates the Jan. 28, 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. 

Data Privacy Week helps spread awareness about online privacy and educates citizens on how to manage their personal information and keep it secure. Data Privacy Week also encourages businesses to respect data and be more transparent about how they collect and use customer data. Learn more about Data Privacy Week here.


 

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