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FTC Announces Important Privacy Safeguards for Children; CCFC's 8th Consuming Kids Summit: Boston, March 21-23; Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Apptivity Monkey Takes the TOADY; CCFC's Guide to Commercial-Free Holidays; Susan Linn Honored by CEASE; Recommended Reading; Support CCFC's Year-End Campaign

Vote Now for the Worst Toy of the Year!; Facing the Screen Dilemma: Young Children, Technology and Early Education; Register Now: CCFC’s 8th International Consuming Kids Summit; New Publication: Healthy Kids in a Digital World; Tell the FTC: Help Parents Protect Children Online; Recommended Reading; Support CCFC's Year-End Campaign

Victory! McDonald's Caves to Pressure from Privacy Advocates; Tell the FTC: Help Parents Protect Children Online; CCFC and Friends at NAEYC; Send Us Your TOADY Nominees; Federal Employees: Donate to CCFC Through the Combined Federal Campaign; An Important New Rule to Protect Babies and Toddlers from BPA; Recommended Reading:...

We’ve Got a New Look and Website!; Save the Date: CCFC’s 8th Consuming Kids Summit; We Did It! FTC Takes Decisive Action Against "Your Baby Can Read"; Standing Up For Children’s Privacy; Recommended Viewing: Sext Up Kids: How Children are Becoming Hypersexualized; Recommended Reading.

Victory! No More “Your Baby Can Read!”; New Summit Date: March 21-23, 2013; Tell the FTC: Stop Merck from Pushing Drugs on Kids; We Made Our Match!; Important New Research; Recommended Reading & Viewing; Support CCFC

So Close to Making Our $15,000 Match!; Victory! School Bus Ad Legislation Dies in All States; Advocates Urge the FTC to Stop Merck’s Kiddie Drug Peddling; Let’s Tell Facebook to Stay Away from Kids; Just Launched: FoodMarketing.org; Canadian Legislator Introduces Bill to Ban Marketing to Children; Recommended Reading & Listening

PBS and Chick-fil-A: Let’s Keep the Pressure On; CCFC to Mike Lupica: No Sneaky Ads in Children’s Books; Screen-Free Week: Wasn’t It Great?; A New Low for the Lowest of the Low; Used iPads Wanted; Commercialized Wound Care for the Very Young—and Creepy Marketer Quote of the Month; Book Review: Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood into a Place for Play; Support CCFC

A Screen-Free Week Sampler; 101 Screen-Free Activities; Signing Off Social Media; CCFC’s Guide to Screen-Free Showers; Screen-Free Week is Big News; CCFC is Going Screen-Free

Only One Month Until Screen-Free Week: April 30 – May 6; Reducing Children’s Screen Time: Organizational Policy and Practice Change; School Bus Ads: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; NAEYC’s Position Statement on Technology and Young Children; Protect Kids’ Privacy; Recommended Reading and Listening; Support CCFC

Save the Lorax!; Help Us Stop Advertising on School Buses; New Report: Schools Make Chump Change From Marketing to Students; Celebrate Screen-Free Week April 30-May 6; Keep Marketers from Stalking Kids Online; The Pressure Mounts on Channel One; Boston Magazine Profiles CCFC's Susan Linn; Recommended Reading and Viewing; Support CCFC

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