Privacy Advisor

Right to privacy: Risks to children on the Internet

If there is any one area of privacy that all members of the IAPP can agree is important, it must be the privacy of our children. As use of the Internet has become widespread and ubiquitous even to the youngest, the privacy of children has greatly diminished. Their information, images, actions, friendships and very lives have gone online, with little regard for the risks involved.

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