Children’s Privacy: Another Big Tech nod to children: New Google tool allows request for removal of kids’ self-images

Parents, guardians and youth under 18 will be allowed to request removal of self-images that appear in Google Search queries – with the caveat that it won’t mean the image will be off the Internet. Also, for Google to consider removal, the request must meet certain requirements. Not ideal, certainly, and it remains to be seen how useful this will be.

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Children’s Privacy: NEW CDPI White Paper: Protection of children’s personal data: Where reforms are needed

November 2, 2021

How is children’s privacy being protected around the world? This paper from the CDPI explains the latest laws, recommends future steps and provides larger context for this crucial topic which has been so much in the news. This article was first published in the Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, Volume 4 Number 4, published by Henry Stewart Publications, London.

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Retail Rocket Raises $24 Million and Buys Sailplay to Enter U.S. Market

July 6, 2022

Netherlands-based retention management platform Retail Rocket just raised a $24 Million Series A, and immediately spent some of it to buy Sailplay, a New York-based marketing automation vendor that will grow its U.S. presence.  Retail Rocket builds unified customer profiles in a module it charmingly calls Data Warehouse, and has other modules for AI-driven personalization, segmentation, and campaign management.  The company has more than 1,000 global clients across Europe and South America.

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