FTC Has New Rules For Child Safety On The Internet

August 6, 20132 Comments

Technology has changed a lot for child safety in 15 years. It’s been nearly that long since the Federal Trade Commission has updated rules protecting kids’ online privacy. The FTC has given parents greater control over the information that online services collect from children 12 and under.

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Calvin Gipson is a certified Self-Esteem Elevation Coach for children in Southern California. He brings you the finest news articles and videos to help you protect your children. He is married and has two young boys.

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  1. epicescapism says:

    wow David Lazarus is annoying. wish Mark Blafkin would have mentioned the one app/app developer working on learning apps for kids and kids with special needs, by name.

  2. Ben Dimarco says:

    CISPA just passed a closed door vote of the House Intelligence Committee 18 to 2.
    Get Cyber Srub its the best thing u can do to protect your self from the Govt

    BTW who protects people from these kids who steel our credit cards and join porn sites! As a web master im sick of these kids there not innocent at all.

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