The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a law put in place by the Federal Trade Commission in the United States to ensure children’s online personal information remains safely under the control of their parents or guardians. COPPA requires any child-directed site or app collecting information from children under 13 to first obtain permission from a verified parent or guardian. For more information about COPPA, please visit the FTC website.
What is COPPA and why is it important?
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