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Privacy for Children Under 13. PRIVACY CONSIDERATIONS. February 2013. Introduction. You need to consider how and where your children access the Internet: Home; Cell phones; School; School-issued devices; Friend’s homes. You need to consider what websites your children are visiting.

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Privacy for children under 13

Privacy for Children Under 13

PRIVACY CONSIDERATIONS

February 2013


Introduction

Introduction

  • You need to consider how and where your children access the Internet:

    • Home;

    • Cell phones;

    • School;

    • School-issued devices;

    • Friend’s homes.

  • You need to consider what websites your children are visiting.

  • You need to consider what your children are downloading.

  • You need to consider what personal information your children are disclosing and to whom.


Children s online privacy protection act of 1998

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998

  • COPPA applies to operators of commercial websites. COPPA has recently been expanded to cover third parties, including social plug-ins and ad networks.

  • Operators must:

    • Post a clear and comprehensive privacy policy on their website;

    • Provide direct notice to parents and obtain verifiable parental consent, before collecting personal information from children;

    • Give parents the choice of consenting to the operator’s collection and internal use of a child’s information, but prohibiting the operator from disclosing that information to third parties;

    • Provide parents access to their child’s personal information to review and/or have the information deleted;

    • Give parents the opportunity to prevent further use or online collection of a child’s personal information;

    • Maintain the confidentiality, security, and integrity of information they collect from children.


Issues of concern

Issues of Concern


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Issues of Concern


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Issues of Concern


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Issues of Concern


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Issues of Concern


Top 10 tips

Top 10 Tips


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Top 10 Tips


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Top 10 Tips


Finally

Finally…

  • Find out where your children are going online.

  • Review the websites your children visit.

  • Have aconversation with your children and ask them to commit to staying safe online!

    • See sample contract language.


Sample contract language

Sample Contract Language

  • I will ALWAYS tell a parent or another adult immediately, if something is confusing or seems scary or threatening.

  • I will NEVER give out my full name, real address, telephone number, school name or location, schedule, password, or other identifying information when I'm online. I will check with an adult for any exceptions.

  • I will NEVER have a face-to-face meeting with someone I've met online. In rare cases, my parents may decide it's OK, but if I do decide to meet a cyberpal, I will make sure we meet in a public place and that a parent or guardian is with me.

  • I will NEVER respond online to any messages that use bad words or words that are scary, threatening, or just feel weird. If I get that kind of message, I'll print it out and tell an adult immediately. The adult can then contact the online service or appropriate agency. If I'm uncomfortable in a live chat room, I will use the "ignore" button.

  • I will NEVER go into a new online area that is going to cost additional money without first asking permission from my parent or teacher.

  • I will NEVER send a picture over the Internet or via regular mail to anyone without my parent's permission.

  • I will NOT give out a credit card number online without a parent present.


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