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Key takeaways include; - Entire privacy ecosystem has responsibility in protecting children - Tik Tok criticism is fair – history of violation of US COPPA when it was known as Musically - Companies and manufacturers must make a substantial financial commitment to be in this field – the cost of being compliant in children’s space requires investment - There needs to be a global standardisation in guidelines - There must be consistency in children’s online and offline rights
Lawmakers across the world recognise that children need special treatment when it comes to data and how it’s used. Data protection laws such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the U.S. is the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) has specific requirements.
Several countries across the world have launched Investigations into TikTok and how it handles the personal data of its young users and whether it prioritises the safety of them on the app.
From websites, marketing to IoT-connected smart toys, if an organisation processes children’s personal data, it must understand the specific provisions in place to ensure children’s right to data protection. This panel will explore the specific requirements for the processing of children’s data and how organisations can ensure best practice.