1998 Children's Online Privacy Act Faces Some Changes
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Both republican and democratic lawmakers approved the change to the regulations originally created during President Clinton's term. The revisions come at time when younger and younger children are becoming tech-savvy. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its new proposed language, which includes a new broader definition of "personal information" and the requirement for companies to delete informational after it is used for its original purpose, limiting usage for marketing purposes. Those in opposition to possibly stricter regulations are concerned that new, more stringent regulations on business protocols for use of information may put a damper on the growing economy. Younger tech-savvy consumers are becoming a large sector of the private consuming market.
The amount of information that is available to others about each of us is vast. Protecting that information should be a priority. However, if something does happen and you need legal representation relating to electronic information and privacy, Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC can help. We are an experienced group of attorneys that have navigated the complicated interplay between the virtual world and the law. Our law firm developed case law in Missouri known as "false light" which can help a party injured by social media. Please contact us at (314) 436-9958 or (800) 391-4318 to schedule a no-obligation meeting with an experienced Internet privacy rights attorney.
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