NJ Online Gambling Applicants Named

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has released a list of preliminary approvals to twelve ancillary casino service industry enterprises (CSIE) and forty-two internet gaming related vendor registrants prior to the State's internet gaming launch scheduled for November 26, 2013.

Want to Comply With Online Privacy Laws for Kids? Good Luck!

Many developers began holding their breath when changes to COPPA, the federal rule related to children’s online privacy, went into effect in July. Pretty much every app catering to children under 13 was in violation of the law, complained people across the software industry, and it was only a matter of time before the federal government would start handing down big fines.

New Jersey Gives More Than Two Dozen Companies Online Gambling Preliminary OK

New Jersey gaming regulators released a long list of firms that have received a preliminary OK to be involved with the online gambling industry in the Garden State.

New Jersey DGE Publishes Licensed Ancillary and Related Internet Gaming Vendors List

With the launch of New Jersey intrastate online gaming just three weeks away, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has published a list of ancillary companies and related vendors that have been given the go head to enter into agreements with internet gaming licensees.

Aristotle International Approved for iGaming in New Jersey

New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has given the green light to more than 50 companies who filed to provide internet gaming services in the state.

Businesses Must Protect Childrens’ Online Data — Or Pay

An update to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) expands the umbrella of items businesses must secure and keep private for children under the age of 13.

The Essential Guide to Protecting Your Child’s Privacy Online

Parenting is always challenging, and sometimes parents are divided on different topics. One of those topics that can be divisive and is highly talked about is internet safety. Today, children of all ages are exposed to the internet through school and friends. Even as young as kindergarten children are being taught classes on technology, including internet search engines. Those who provide information, games and other media online know it too. Children are targets of marketing campaigns, statistical data and more.

Is Giving Parents a Voice in Their Child’s Privacy So Hard? Not Really…

The Federal Trade Commission recently amended rules governing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) to afford greater protections to a child’s Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

FTC Enacts Revised Children’s Online Privacy Rule

After two years of working on it, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has implemented the revised Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule, giving parents greater control over the online collection of their children’s personal information.

Child Privacy Online: FTC Updates COPPA Rules

FTC's Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 expanded to regulate behavioral tracking, plus geolocation data, photos, videos and audio recordings made by kids under 13.

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