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EU Regulators Provide Guidance on Notice and Consent under GDPR

By Mark Young, Joseph Jones and Ruth Scoles Mitchell The Article 29 Working Party (WP29) has published long-awaited draft guidance on transparency and consent.  We are continuing to analyze the lengthy guidance documents, but wanted to highlight some immediate reactions and aspects of the guidance that we think will be of interest to clients and … Continue Reading

FTC Seeks Public Comment on New Proposal for Parental Verification Method Under COPPA Rule

By Ani Gevorkian The FTC has issued a request for public comment regarding Riyo’s application to recognize a new proposed verifiable parental consent method under the FTC’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule.  The Rule, which implements the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), requires certain website operators, mobile applications, and other online services to … Continue Reading

FTC Denies First Request For More Flexible Parental Consent Methods

The FTC has denied AssertID’s request to recognize a new method for obtaining verifiable parental consent for the online collection, use, and disclosure of personal information from children under 13.  The application was the first of its kind to be filed since the FTC added a voluntary parental consent approval process to its revised rule implementing … Continue Reading

FTC Settles Flash Cookie and COPPA Claims

Online advertiser ScanScout has entered into a consent agreement with the Federal Trade Commission in connection with claims it made that consumers could opt out of receiving targeted ads by changing their computer’s web browser settings to block cookies.  According to the FTC, these claims were deceptive with respect to the use of so-called “Flash … Continue Reading

FTC Seeks Comment on Aristotle’s COPPA Safe Harbor Application

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) provides a safe harbor for companies that comply with FTC-approved self-regulatory guidelines.  Since COPPA’s enactment, the FTC has approved proposals submitted by CARU, ESRB, TRUSTe, and Privo, Inc.   Aristotle, which operates the Integrity suite of age and identity verification services, recently filed an application with the FTC to become an FTC-approved safe harbor program.  … Continue Reading
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