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FTC's YouTube Settlement Another Sign of COPPA Enforcement Heating Up

September 11, 2019, Legaltech News

Lindsey Tonsager is quoted in Legaltech News regarding Google’s settlement with the FTC involving violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Ms. Tonsager says, “This is the first FTC settlement that dealt with behavioral advertisements against a platform that just hosts third-party content.” She noted FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter’s statement ”really encouraged state attorneys to continue bringing COPPA suits as the state attorney alone when the FTC couldn’t get relief.”


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