FTC Sets Date for COPPA Roundtable
PRIVACY LAW—U.S.April 20, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission has set the date for a public roundtable on the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Tech Daily Dose reports. The commission will host a workshop on June 2 to examine whether it should amend its COPPA rule. The FTC is required to review the law every five years. In this year's review, the commission is considering updates to address such new issues as geo-location and behavioral targeting technologies. The commission is seeking public comments through June 30.