Many of today’s toys contain Internet-connected technology alongside of molded plastic and foam stuffing. But while Internet-connected toys may increase the fun for kids, they create additional privacy risks for businesses.
With that in mind, the Federal Trade Commission just updated its guidance for complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Womble Carlyle attorney Nadia Aramhas written a client alert on the COPPA changes. Read the full alert at this link.