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COPPA definition (noun)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a law designed to protect the online information of children 13 years old and younger. It applies to operators of commercial websites and online services.

COPPA aims to put the parents in control of the information collected about their children by barring websites from collecting information about children without parental or guardian consent.

Appears in: Privacy Policies and COPPA

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