Bloomberg Law
April 19, 2022, 11:00 AM

New Teen Data Roadmap Seeks to Fill Gap in Kids’ Privacy Law

Andrea Vittorio
Andrea Vittorio

A group that facilitates compliance with U.S. children’s online privacy law is turning its attention to teens, with a new roadmap for how companies should consider potential risks from data collection and use.

The Teenage Privacy Program roadmap from BBB National Programs’ Center for Industry Self-Regulation urges companies to tell teens ages 13 to 17 what kind of personal information is collected or inferred about them and what privacy controls are available to them. It also calls on companies to consider measures such as defaulting to more privacy-protective settings for teens and putting guardrails around messaging or sharing content with ...

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