Determining a person’s age online seems like an intractable problem. But new technology and laws could be on the brink of solving it.
The European Parliament adopted the final version of the ePrivacy derogation enabling providers of electronic communication services to scan and report private online messages.
The two organisations are claiming €1.5bn from TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, for illegally collecting and trading in the children’s private information.
Now more than ever, as kids spend much of their lives online to learn, explore, play, and connect, it is essential to ensure their knowledge and understanding of online safety and privacy keeps pace.
TikTok committed themselves to taking new measures on the Italian market that will enhance those already in place to prevent the youngest from accessing their platform
Former children’s commissioner for England launches case against video-sharing app.
Parents are increasingly turning to parental control apps to keep their kids safe online – but are they actually safe? Not always.
On December 18, 2020, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) published its draft Fundamentals for a Child-Oriented Approach to Data Processing.
In Buenos Aires, the first known system of its kind is hunting down minors who appear in a national database of alleged offenders. Buenos Aires first began trialing live facial recognition on April 24, 2019. Implemented without any public consultation, the system sparked immediate resistance. In October, a national civil rights organization filed a lawsuit […]