The rule implementing the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act prohibits unfair or deceptive acts or practices in connection with the collection, use and/or disclosure of personal information from and about children on the Internet. On July 1 the Federal Trade Commission amended the COPPA Rule to reflect the evolution of online technology since the rule's April 2000 implementation. Back in 2000, mobile applications did not exist and there was little risk of children using a device to share their personal information with the world multiple times a day. But things have changed.
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