Children's Privacy on the Internet

By: Samantha Lazewski

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Calling All Parents Campaign - Privacy on the Internet

COPPA- Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

Date policy made effective: April 21, 2003


What is it?

COPPA is a privacy act that "applies to the online collection of personal information from children under 13" (coppa.org).



Who does this affect?

Any commercial website or service whose target audience is under age 13, or includes this age group and intends on collecting personal information.

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cleanfeedmedia

Carolyn Bunting on child internet safety (audio ready to download and broadcast) by cleanfeedmedia

Parent Seminar on Children Internet Safety

Wednesday, June 10th, 7:30pm

School

If you want to learn more ways to protect your child while on the internt including your child's privacy on the Internet please join us!

Samantha Lazewski

I am a third grade teacher with a degree in Elementary and Special Education. I am currently pursuing another degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Seton Hall University.