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To comply with COPPA, Internet service providers must obtain verified parental consent from parents COPPA – facial recognition for verified parental consentbefore collecting personal information from those children of the parents who are under 13 years of age. The process for obtaining parental consent has always been an area where the FTC and companies have struggled a bit to arrive at a simple, seamless technique. Facial recognition software may ultimately provide the best solution to this quandary.

Source: Facial Recognition For Providing Verified Parental Consent Under COPPA?


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