From Consumer Reports:
But the act was passed in 1998, when the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, was only 14, and touch-screen tablets were mostly the stuff of science fiction. As technology advanced and data collecting expanded, there were lots of questions about what the act did and didn’t cover. It became clear that the law was in serious need of an update.
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