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"The Change-Up" Red Band Trailer, FTC Fines App-Maker, Kagan Talks SCOTUS Video Game Ruling and More News

'The Change-Up': Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman Bring on the Raunch in Red Band Trailer

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Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds star in a comedy where a married father (Bateman) accidentally switches bodies with his best friend (Reynolds), leading to a series of hilariously complex difficulties. In theatres now.

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FTC Fines App-Maker Over Kids' Privacy

The Federal Trade Commission recently issued its first settlement with a mobile app-maker over a violation of children's privacy laws.The fine is a significant move for the FTC in light of its current review of the COPPA statute.

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Industry Tries to Streamline Privacy Policies for Mobile Users

The New York Times
With growing concern over mobile applications collecting user data, one company is looking to streamline mobile privacy policies for developers and consumers.

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Big Three Weigh in on Online Privacy

Kelley Drye
A recent House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee hearing brought several online privacy issues to the fore, including the economic effects of regulation and how lawmakers aim to define "harm" caused by online behavioral tracking.

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Marketing to Kids Gets More Savvy with New Technologies

USA Today Money
Are marketers gaining the upper hand on parents through new technologies?

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Breaking News to Kids

Smart kids are a natural audience for breaking news, given their curiosity and intelligence. But some parents are leery of the content their children may see.Read how some parents are framing the latest reports for their kids below.

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Supreme Court Justice Opens Up About Her Vote on California Video Game Law

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan ultimately sided with the 7-2 majority in Brown v. EMA, which struck down a 2005 California law banning the sale of violent video games to minors.

But her decision wasn't an easy one.

"You could see why the government would have wanted to do this and you can see the kind of danger it was worried about, the kind of effects these extremely violent video games have on young people," Kagan told the Aspen (Colo.) Institute recently.

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