Two lawmakers asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Monday to provide information on how subsidiary YouTube gathers data on children's users.
Mr. David Cicilline of the Democratic Party of Rhode Island and Republican of Nebraska Jeff Fortenberry announced a letter saying that YouTube's data collection activities may not be in compliance with the Privacy Act of 1998. Federal law regulating data collection for users under 13 years of age.
Representatives sent letters after 23 Child Protection, Privacy, Consumers' AssociationIn April, he asked the Federal Trade Commission of the United States to investigate YouTube on suspicion of online violation of the Child Privacy Act. According to the standard, YouTube violates COPPA. This is to gather data on children under 13 years of age (such as places and devices to use) without parental consent. This information will be sold to advertising services and will create targeted advertisements based on the complaint.
In a letter to Pichai, Cicilline and Fortenberry answer questions to Google, whether or not YouTube's children's programs are interfering with data collection, the presence or absence of data
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