Children’s Privacy: Epic Games’ children’s privacy services now free to developers

A change in Epic’s Kids Web Services (KWS) will allow developers to verify the identity of parents or guardians and, the company says, once verified, the system will retain the information making it easier for other developers to comply with laws, including COPPA (US), the Age-Appropriate design code (UK), and GDPR-K.

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Cybercrime viewed as bigger future threat than climate change to 87% of Americans, according to The Harris Poll

October 5, 2021

Digital security company Aura released results of a survey conducted with The Harris Poll of more than 2,000 U.S. adults which found 87% view cyber warfare as a top threat to the next generation, surpassing global warning and this or another pandemic. Further, only healthcare providers were trusted by more than half to protect against cybercrime, with retailers and online providers were only trusted by 25%, and government by 29%.

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Children’s Privacy: Facebook’s Youth Commoditization Plan: From newborns to playdates to teen angst

October 5, 2021
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Ad Fontes Media Partners with The Trade Desk to Support Brand Safe Advertising

February 23, 2024

Ad Fontes Media, a company that rates news sites for reliability and bias, has announced the integration of its rating data with The Trade Desk’s programmatic advertising platform. This will allow the screening out of highly partisan, AI-generated and clickbait sites, preferentially serving ads to sites containing quality journalism. Directing ad spend to low quality sites not only wastes dollars and threatens brand safety but de-monetizes quality news operations.

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