The latest changes to the App Review Guidelines caution against collecting certain information from kids.
The FTC updates rules tied to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA, but the changes won't really affect companies like Apple or Facebook.
Some parents of Facebook users are attacking a class action legal decision, arguing that minors should have explicit parental consent for their images being used in ads.
An advocacy group calls on the FTC to investigate the children's game for violations of online privacy rights and misleading marketing.
A new social-networking service aimed at children ages 6 to 10 lets kids and the grownups in their lives interact in a walled-off environment.
Fortify your browser, opt out of location tracking, and use a virtual private network to hide your IP address.
A report explores how some states want to expand the Children Online Privacy Protection act from under 13 to under 18. Co-author Adam Thierer says such laws could have negative consequences.
A new bill aims to ensure Web browsers and Internet companies give users an opt out option of being tracked online by advertisers and data brokers.
The Evado Filip VivoPlay watch lets parents track their children's whereabouts, but it also includes audio capabilities for getting in touch with tykes in an emergency.
The social-networking site also will establish a "comprehensive privacy program" and obtain independent privacy assessments every other year for the next 20 years.