April 9, 2018 Business, Online, U.S., Youth & Schools
Sapna Maheshwari reports:
A coalition of more than 20 consumer advocacy groups is expected to file a complaint with federal officials on Monday claiming that YouTube has been violating a children’s privacy law.
The complaint contends that YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, has been collecting and profiting from the personal information of young children on its main site, although the company says the platform is meant only for users 13 and older.
Read more on the New York Times.
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