The settlement follows complaint brought by the FTC and the New York Attorney General which accused the companies of violating the Children's Online Privacy
Protection Act (COPPA) Rule.
Google's video-sharing website YouTube(https://www.npr.org/2019/09/04/757441886/google-youtube-to-pay-170-million-penalty-over-collecting-kids-personal-info) will pay the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) $170 million to settle allegations that the popular video streaming platform violated the Children's Online Privacy
Protection Act by collecting unauthorized data on children.
Eight out of 10 (78pc) people surveyed are concerned about their online privacy
, with over half (53pc) more concerned than they were a year ago, marking fifth year in a row that a majority of those surveyed say they feel more concerned about their online privacy
than the previous year.
Osano analyzes thousands of online privacy
policies and communicates that analysis through Privacy Monitor, empowering users to make informed decisions about how they interact and share data with those websites and service providers.
Summary: A newly launched campaign on safe sexting and online dating aims to convince people to care more about their online privacy
Policies It's now common to see privacy policies posted prominently on websites and online services.
Along with the increase in Internet usage by Indian consumers, there is a growing concern about online privacy
protection (Jain & Mishra, 2015).
After a unanimous vote from the state legislature, California Consumer Privacy Act which relates to online privacy
protection was then signed by California's governor, Jerry Brown.
Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook said he favors corporate self-regulation rather than government regulation but self-regulation is not working regarding online privacy
and the government may need to step in, Business Insider reports, citing a CNN interview with Cook.
This paper reports on an exploratory study to investigate the factors that are likely to impact the online privacy
concerns of Indian consumers.
Privacy groups praised the new rules, saying that they will move the United States closer in line with European online privacy