1. Childrens privacy costs just $170 million for Google in settlement with the FTC The complaint from the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney Generals office focused on YouTubes use of cookies to track viewers of kids channels without getting permission from parents. Under COPPA regulations, websites and online services targeting children need to disclose their data collection practices and receive consent from parents. In addition to the payment — a relatively small sum for...

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