App Makers Want to Slow Rollout of Child Privacy Rules
In December the Federal Trade Commission issued a report entitled "Mobile Apps For Kids: Disclosures Still Not Making the Grade." It stated that "many apps included interactive features or shared kids' information with third parties without disclosing these practices to parents."
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