July 1, 2013 | Letters, News, Other

The Internet Association Letter to FTC on COPPA

Excerpt:  The Internet Association and our members share the Commission’s strong commitment to protecting children’s online privacy.  We are writing to express concern, however, that a recently added COPPA Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”) has created uncertainty that could make full compliance by the July 1, 2013, effective date unrealistic.  In particular, COPPA FAQ D.5, which attempts to provide industry guidance in applying the “actual knowledge” standard for purposes of the COPPA Rule, is inconsistent with the text of the statute and the COPPA Rule and is causing more confusion than clarity.

To read the Internet Association’s letter, click here.

 

Statement On Final Passage Of The Music Modernization Act

IA President & CEO Michael Beckerman issued the following statement upon the final passage of the Music Modernization Act in the House of Representatives.

Statement On NTIA’s Privacy Principles Request For Comment

Washington, DC – Internet Association President and CEO Michael Beckerman issued the following statement on NTIA’s privacy principles request for comment: “The internet industry commends NTIA for leading an important national dialogue on the importance of modernizing America’s approach to data privacy. Americans deserve – and internet companies support – a modern approach to privacy Read more »

Statement On Senate Passage Of The Music Modernization Act

IA Director, Federal Government Affairs & Counsel Mike Lemon issued the following statement on the passage of the Music Modernization Act in the Senate.

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IA President & CEO Michael Beckerman issued the following statement upon the final passage of the Music Modernization Act in the House of Representatives.

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