Mobile app developers will likely bear the brunt of the impending crackdown by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for illegally collecting data on children and violating COPPA.
Aristotle’s Michael Bolcerek, Senior Vice President of Business Development – Integrity, took part in the panel discussion “Social Casino Games: Know Your Users; How Predictive Data is Changing the Game” at the LA Games Conference 2014 yesterday.
The Integrity Children’s Privacy Compliance Program is a truly integrated privacy program that provides parents and children with the ability to manage their personal information that a website obtains from them, and gives companies confidence that the information they obtained from children is compliant with COPPA.
Integrity applauds the “unambiguously clear” guidance for “best practices” cited by the FTC involving verification of age for all consumer data collected.
USA Online Gambling Intensive 2013 will provide clarification on groundbreaking regulatory and commercial changes to the US gambling market.
After five days of “soft play,” with no more than 500 players at a time for each gambling operator, iGambling sites will open to the public Tuesday.
This is a big week for Internet gambling in New Jersey. A trial period begins Thursday, when invited players will be able to test poker, slots and other games.
Citing evidence of fake Facebook profiles, the Federal Trade Commission said today that it had rejected a company’s application to draw on the social graph in order to confirm people’s identity.