Saturday, November 16, 2013

Facebook won’t like this new teenager privacy bill - Should Internet companies have the right to track and analyze the Web activity of kids under 16 years old?That’s the question posed by a newly introduced bill called the “Do Not Track Kids Act of 2013,” which would extend federal anti-tracking protections under the Children’s Online Protection Act (COPPA), which applies to kids 12 and under, and to children ages 13 to 15. The bill would also create an “eraser button” that allows teens and parents to delete publicly available personal information when “technologically feasible.

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