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An Unfair Game of Virtual Hide-and-Go-Seek: The Passive Collection of Children's Information Online

Andrea Korajlija
2020 Canadian Journal of Children s Rights / Revue canadienne des droits des enfants  
In this paper, I examine the regulatory deficiencies surrounding children's online privacy.  ...  I examine two online activities of parents that jeopardize their children's privacy: (1) "sharenting" on social media platforms; and (2) the use of pregnancy and parenting mobile applications.  ...  and acted on the need to protect children online.  ... 
doi:10.22215/cjcr.v7i1.2796 fatcat:ehawef4yszbbhjk3podfuuzuhu

Don't Be Evil: Should We Use Google in Schools?

Daniel G. Krutka, Ryan M. Smits, Troy A. Willhelm
2021 TechTrends  
While the company has increasingly faced public scrutiny, the use of Google software and hardware in schools has often resulted in little debate.  ...  California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020 and grants certain rights to California consumers.  ...  Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act "imposes certain requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under 13 years  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11528-021-00599-4 pmid:33758830 pmcid:PMC7972328 fatcat:4jm72qqj7fa6xdouizu5yt26cy

Consumer Data Protection and Privacy: A Proposal For a New Law and an Independent Agency

Susan Bernstein
2022 University of Pittsburgh law review  
It would be created through a new law, the Data Privacy and Protection Act.  ...  This Note proposes creating the Consumer Data Privacy and Protection Bureau, an independent agency that would consolidate jurisdiction for efficient and effective regulation through a consumer protection  ...  Act ("CCPA") went into effect in 2020 and has already had a national impact because it applies to any company that collects the personal information of California residents. 70 The CCPA provides consumers  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2022.839 fatcat:s7hv6d7obrch3mu347ma3rhk7y

E-Commerce and Information Privacy: Privacy Policies as Personal Information Protectors

Corey A. Ciocchetti
2007 American Business Law Journal  
COOLEY GODWARD, COOLEY ALERTS, CALIFORNIA ONLINE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 2003 (June 29, 2004), http://www.cooley.com/news/alerts.aspx?  ...  ID=38606820. 88 Vol. 44 / American Business Law Journal In fact, the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (California OPPA) is a groundbreaking statute requiring commercial Web sites and  ...  Research has shown that privacy policies are most effective when written at a ninth-grade reading level.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-1714.2007.00031.x fatcat:ho7ctotx5bcdffghfjnluf3oo4

Cell Site Simulators: A Call for More Protective Federal Legislation

Laura DeGeer
2017 University of Pittsburgh law review  
The device is relatively new, so few states have developed legislation concerning its use, and Congress has not codified any guiding acts.  ...  After the 2013 leak of classified NSA information by CIA employee Edward Snowden, there has been a continuous conversation regarding the protection of technological privacy—the personal information that  ...  a search warrant). 24 Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, Pub.  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2017.470 fatcat:cmguwfuss5hyhkmxz6dacbsm3q

Protecting Personal Information: Achieving a Balance between User Privacy and Behavioral Targeting

Patrick Myers
2016 Michigan Journal of Law Reform  
Current privacy law does not provide users with adequate protection from the risks attendant to the collection and dissemination of their personal information.  ...  Personal data collection and dissemination leave users vulnerable to various threats that arise from the invasion of their privacy, particularly because users are often ignorant of the existence or extent  ...  The California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) mandates that any company that collects users' personal information must conspicuously post its privacy policy. 137 A company's privacy policy must  ... 
doi:10.36646/mjlr.49.3.protecting fatcat:mehtmmlw25aljnbjb524lpahrq

Bare necessities: the argument for a 'revenge porn' exception in Section 230 immunity

Allison Tungate
2014 Information & communications technology law  
However, due to the widespread effects of liability established by Section 230 of the CDA, many of these remedies are ineffective and present massive hurdles and challenges for victims.  ...  States Supreme Court has upheld an expectation of privacy in personal relationships with landmark decisions such as Griswold v.  ...  content serves no purpose in cultivating the free flow of speech and ideas necessary for a democratic society. 132 Our laws exist to provide order and protection for citizens in society-including citizens online  ... 
doi:10.1080/13600834.2014.916936 fatcat:avtv2iqay5h6vjfmwdwblv5nza

Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change–A Proposed Framework for Businesses and Policymakers

FTC Staff
2011 Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality  
numerous sector-specific statutes, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act ("GLB Act"), the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA"), the CAN-SPAM Act, and the Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud  ...  Theft Online Complaint Form FTC's 877-ID-THEFT consumer helpline established Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA) goes into effect Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Privacy Rule goes into effect  ...  Although the Commission has on several occasions challenged privacy notices that it considered deceptive, it has never challenged a firm's failure to offer a particular kind of "choice."  ... 
doi:10.29012/jpc.v3i1.596 fatcat:zo3j46c6o5e5hgm6ror3p4zqdi

Online Access to Court Records - from Documents to Data, Particulars to Patterns

Peter W. Martin
2008 Social Science Research Network  
The privacy concerns articulated in the E-Government Act led to a federal court policy and ultimately, effective December 1, 2007, new court rules directing attorneys to avoid the inclusion of certain  ...  The rules the Act called for dealing with "privacy and security" took effect December 1, 2007. 39 Even as they did, however, there were signs of instability in the initial resolution of the conflict between  ...  The effect, if not the very purpose of that discrimination, has been to exaggerate both the effectiveness of law in controlling judicial behavior and the rationality of the legal process by withholding  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1107412 fatcat:yh6f7rbcs5b2ng4jaquuluqfle

Online Privacy Protection: Privacy Seals, Government Regulations and Technological Solutions

Dr. Madan Lal Bhasin
2016 Zenodo  
Consumer privacy, therefore, has attracted the widespread attention of regulators across the globe.  ...  The EU has adopted very strict laws to protect its citizens' privacy, in sharp contrast, to ‗laxattitude' and ‗self-regulated' law of the US.  ...  Thus, online privacy concerns are widespread. The proliferation of the Internet as an educational and business medium has exacerbated violation of individual privacy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3464813 fatcat:iyvylquuj5fwlfauzffmxbh7yu

A United States perspective on the ethical and legal issues of spyware

Janice C. Sipior, Burke T. Ward, Georgina R. Roselli
2005 Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Electronic commerce - ICEC '05  
Currently, there is not widespread awareness or understanding of the existence of spyware, its effects, and what remedies are available to defend against it.  ...  Ethical and legal concerns, including privacy invasion, surreptitious data collection, direct marketing, hijacking, and trespass are discussed.  ...  In California, the Consumer Protection Against Computer Software Act became effective January 1, 2005, this law prohibits the installation of software which deceptively modifies settings, including a user's  ... 
doi:10.1145/1089551.1089684 dblp:conf/ACMicec/SipiorWR05 fatcat:gxyxphwlsfbfdnx2keu3v7gbye

Big Data, Internet Privacy and the Vulnerabilities of the African Regulatory Landscape

2020 European Journal of Business and Management  
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Californian Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) have provisions that are built on sustaining consumer consent and enabling consumers to be forgotten  ...  Data Privacy becomes a focal point of concern. The global approaches to privacy for the users of social media platforms is still evolving but two jurisdictions have set a standard.  ...  This second key legislation is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) 5 that came into effect on January 1, 2020, pursuant to a 2018 California ballot initiative responding to the public's desire to  ... 
doi:10.7176/ejbm/12-17-14 fatcat:xww535oyfzhd5kz7wah7wbpvdu

Videoconferencing Software Options for Telemedicine: A Review for Movement Disorder Neurologists

Esther Cubo, Adrian Arnaiz-Rodriguez, Álvar Arnaiz-González, José Francisco Díez-Pastor, Meredith Spindler, Adriana Cardozo, Alvaro Garcia-Bustillo, Zoltan Mari, Bastiaan R. Bloem
2021 Frontiers in Neurology  
The use of telemedicine has increased to address the ongoing healthcare needs of patients with movement disorders.Objective: We aimed to describe the technical and basic security features of the most popular  ...  CCPA, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CCPA, approved in 2018, gives consumers more control over businesses' personal information about them.  ...  CCPA, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CCPA, approved in 2018, gives consumers more control over businesses' personal information about them.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2021.745917 pmid:34707563 pmcid:PMC8542984 fatcat:i6xrhgvhtrenxbobz7myiifriq

Gaining Trust Through Online Privacy Protection: Self-Regulation, Mandatory Standards, or Caveat Emptor

Zhulei Tang, Yu Jeffrey Hu, Michael D. Smith
2007 Social Science Research Network  
ABSTRACT: Trust is particularly important in online markets to facilitate the transfer of sensitive consumer information to online retailers.  ...  We develop analytic models of hidden information to analyze the effectiveness of these regimes to build trust and their efficiency in terms of social welfare.  ...  For example, the California Online Privacy Protection Act requires Web sites that collect personal information on California residents to post a privacy policy on their sites and to comply with their policies  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.555878 fatcat:s5lqxe2iofemddn5snbe2ezwqy

Gaining Trust Through Online Privacy Protection: Self-Regulation, Mandatory Standards, or Caveat Emptor

Zhulei Tang, Yu (Jeffrey) hu, Michael D. smith
2008 Journal of Management Information Systems  
ABSTRACT: Trust is particularly important in online markets to facilitate the transfer of sensitive consumer information to online retailers.  ...  We develop analytic models of hidden information to analyze the effectiveness of these regimes to build trust and their efficiency in terms of social welfare.  ...  For example, the California Online Privacy Protection Act requires Web sites that collect personal information on California residents to post a privacy policy on their sites and to comply with their policies  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222240406 fatcat:xit6e4gef5fpvjouckvq7bmfxi
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