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What to Watch as Drive to Protect Kids Online Heats Up

Loeb & Loeb Advanced Media & Technology partner Nerissa Coyle McGinn is quoted in Law360 discussing the potential changes to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the scope of its coverage. 

Nerissa noted the biggest potential change to COPPA would have been if the FTC modified the types of websites covered by COPPA. 

"The FTC, however, declined to make this change. This means that many general audience sites that have a significant children's audience still do not have to comply with COPPA," she said.

To read the full article, please visit Law360’s website.