38 min

The Extra Dimension #51: COPPA? I Barely Even Know ‘Er‪!‬ The Extra Dimension

    • Technology

Episode summary



00:00 | Intro

00:44 | A brief history of COPPA





* Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act – Wikipedia

* Complying with COPPA: Frequently Asked Questions | Federal Trade Commission





07:30 | What’s changing on YouTube





* Google and YouTube Will Pay Record $170 Million for Alleged Violations of Children’s Privacy Law | Federal Trade Commission

* Official YouTube Blog: Better protecting kids’ privacy on YouTube

* Watching “made for kids” content – YouTube Help

* YouTube channel owners: Is your content directed to children? | Federal Trade Commission





21:39 | Criticisms of COPPA





* The FTC’s 2020 COPPA rules have YouTube creators scared

* A video from Chadtronic that gets some details wrong, but illustrates a lot of the concerns creators have

* Misinformed YouTubers are undermining the fight for children’s privacy online.





27:42 | Unanswered questions

30:07 | Lessons learned

34:58 | Revising COPPA

35:53 | Outro



GOOGLE NEST MINI GIVEAWAY!!!

You could win the Google Home Mini that Ian tested for Second Opinion #81! All you have to do is become a patron sometime before February 16, 2020. Anyone who is a patron of ours anytime before that date gets one entry in the drawing. We will announce the winner on episode 83 of Second Opinion. Good luck to all!

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Attributions



* Inspired / Kevin MacLeod



Copyright

The Extra Dimension is released under a Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International license. Feel free to use any or all of it as long as you link back to https://thenexus.tv/ted51.

Episode summary



00:00 | Intro

00:44 | A brief history of COPPA





* Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act – Wikipedia

* Complying with COPPA: Frequently Asked Questions | Federal Trade Commission





07:30 | What’s changing on YouTube





* Google and YouTube Will Pay Record $170 Million for Alleged Violations of Children’s Privacy Law | Federal Trade Commission

* Official YouTube Blog: Better protecting kids’ privacy on YouTube

* Watching “made for kids” content – YouTube Help

* YouTube channel owners: Is your content directed to children? | Federal Trade Commission





21:39 | Criticisms of COPPA





* The FTC’s 2020 COPPA rules have YouTube creators scared

* A video from Chadtronic that gets some details wrong, but illustrates a lot of the concerns creators have

* Misinformed YouTubers are undermining the fight for children’s privacy online.





27:42 | Unanswered questions

30:07 | Lessons learned

34:58 | Revising COPPA

35:53 | Outro



GOOGLE NEST MINI GIVEAWAY!!!

You could win the Google Home Mini that Ian tested for Second Opinion #81! All you have to do is become a patron sometime before February 16, 2020. Anyone who is a patron of ours anytime before that date gets one entry in the drawing. We will announce the winner on episode 83 of Second Opinion. Good luck to all!

Connect With The Nexus



* Discuss this episode on our Subreddit

* Support us on Patreon



Attributions



* Inspired / Kevin MacLeod



Copyright

The Extra Dimension is released under a Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International license. Feel free to use any or all of it as long as you link back to https://thenexus.tv/ted51.

38 min

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