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.
An advocacy group calls on the FTC to investigate the children's game for violations of online privacy rights and misleading marketing.
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.
Children's advocacy groups this week reportedly file complaints with the FTC against large corporations over brand-related online games that ask kids for friends' e-mail addresses without parental consent.
Settlement with social gaming site also alleges the company violated Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Rule by collecting and disclosing personal information without parents' consent.
The Federal Trade Commission says W3 Innovations will pay the fine to settle charges that the company violated the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
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.
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.
AT&T announced they're going to help San Francisco and New York with data coverage, but then blamed the children for all their bandwidth problems. We also take Facebook to task for their privacy handling. Nothing new there. And is the Apple Tablet coming