Town Hall Meeting on Children's Online Privacy

Parents are invited to a community discussion with business leaders and U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier tonight in Mountain View on how to protect their children's online privacy.

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Seventy Percent Say Asking User for Birth Date Is 'Bogus' Verification

IBOPE Zogby/Aristotle Poll: majority want better controls of children's access to social network content

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Integrity News Update

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

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Obama Nominates Internet Policy Expert Ohlhausen to FTC

President Obama on Tuesday said he plans to nominate Maureen K. Ohlhausen to the Federal Trade Commission, bringing a telecom and technology policy expert to the enforcement agency that has put greater focus on data protection and privacy on the Internet.

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Facebook May Face Tighter Age Rules

Tighter age limits could be placed on the use of Facebook in Australia with state and federal attorneys-general meeting to consider issues with children using the social networking site.

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Parents Snooping on Children via Facebook Is Normal

More than half of parents log onto social networking sites like Facebook to spy on what their children are doing, a study has found.

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Lawmakers Say Children First in Online Privacy

Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) said Thursday that amid the many proposals for online privacy laws, the first step should be protecting children.

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