Nowhere are regulators quicker to act than at the intersection of kids and privacy. In the United States, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act has long imposed stringent requirements for providing notice and obtaining parental consent for kid-directed websites, and those requirements now extend not only to mobile apps, but also to connected toys, fitness trackers, and other connected services. The GDPR imposes different parental consent requirements for child-directed services. Join us for an in-depth discussion of this important global subject.
Meredith Halama, Partner, Perkins Coie
Mark Watts, Partner, Bristows