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In a new filing to the Federal Trade Commission, the Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) argues that Disney’s Marvelkid.com continues to violate the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), MediaPost News reports. The CDD argues that Disney collects and uses “persistent identifiers,” leaving the possibility of impermissible data collection. “Disney’s representation that it collects and uses persistent identifiers ‘principally’ for internal purposes is not consistent with the (COPPA) Rule requirement that persistent identifiers may not be collected for any other purpose,” the CDD wrote.
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