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"The settlement also prohibits Google and YouTube from violating the COPPA Rule, and requires them to provide notice about their data collection practices and obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting personal information from children," the statement said.
The COPPA Rule, which first went into effect in 2000 to implement the Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act, requires certain websites and other online services that collect personal information from children under the age of 13 to provide notice to parents and obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from these children.
In addition to standard questions about the effectiveness of the COPPA Rule and whether it should be retained or modified, the FTC is seeking comment on all major provisions of the COPPA Rule, including its definitions, notice and parental consent requirements, exceptions to verifiable parental consent, and safe harbor provision.
At issue in this enforcement was the fact that the games seemed to be targeted at children, but did not include the proper steps for obtaining verifiable parental consent for the collection of data from them.
It requires a website operator to determine the age of users under 13, obtain verifiable parental consent a priori, and to post a clear and detailed privacy policy describing the information collected from children and its potential use.
agreed to pay $85,000 to settle charges that their Web sites collected personal information from children without first obtaining verifiable parental consent.
* obtaining verifiable parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from a child (certain exceptions include Web sites responding to a one-time request from a child)
* Many sites were not properly meeting the verifiable parental consent requirements.
How do you obtain verifiable parental consent? How do you verify parental consent in an online environment where the children probably know more about the family computer than their parents do?
Generally, the COPPA requires that the operator of a children's Web site that collects personal information must provide notice on the site of what information is collected and how the information is used.(75) Second, the Web site operator must obtain verifiable parental consent for the collection, use, or disclosure of personal information from children.(76)
In a new policy enforcement statement, the FTC noted that the COPPA rule requires websites and online services directed at children to obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting an audio recording.
This means that YouTube Kids would need to obtain verifiable parental consent before allowing children to post videos and photos of themselves."