Imagine a world where kids can be kids
Tell the FTC: Kids need more privacy protection, not less!
The only federal law to protect children’s privacy online is under attack, and we need your help to save it.
Google and other industry players want to weaken the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), so that they can keep collecting kids’ sensitive data for manipulative personalized marketing. This essential law must not be weakened – it empowers parents to protect their children’s privacy, restricts what data can be collected from kids, and limits how that data can be used.
CCFC is leading the charge to not only save COPPA, but strengthen it – and we need you to join us. Along with our allies at the Center for Digital Democracy and the Institute for Public Representation, we’ll be filing extensive comments with the FTC, explaining why the tech industry’s desire to “innovate” – that is, to make more money – does not outweigh kids’ right to privacy.