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Arlington, VA – October 1, 2014 –The Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe) announced today the launch of its safe harbor program under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The program is one of seven approved by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

The FTC has approved iKeepSafe’s application to become a safe harbor under COPPA and the agency’s COPPA Rule. iKeepSafe’s program in partnership with PlayWell, LLC, will support operators of website and online services in being good stewards of children’s data, and provide parents and teachers with added comfort that the products that carry the iKeepSafe Safe Harbor program seal have been evaluated for compliance with COPPA.

via iKeepSafe Launches COPPA Safe Harbor Program to Ensure Online Tools Keep Student Data Private and Safe — iKeepSafe.

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WESTPORT, Conn., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Imperium, an established industry leader in fraud prevention and identity validation solutions, announced today that it has been granted patent number 8,782,264 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office covering technology in the company’s ChildGuardOnline parental consent verification service.

The patent relates to Imperium’s identity validation system and method for receiving and verifying parental information, which allows website operators and mobile app providers to comply with COPPA law. The ChildGuardOnline service uses a combination of modern technologies and Imperium’s anti-fraud methodological expertise to accurately verify parental consent, including a real-time verification capability. It enables websites and mobile apps to confidently comply with COPPA while saving time and resources. It also allows parents to monitor the sites their children have approval to visit.

via Imperium Granted U.S. Patent for ChildGuardOnline™ Technology — WESTPORT, Conn., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ —.

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SANDPOINT, Idaho–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kochava (www.kochava.com), the mobile attribution, analytics and optimization company, today announced its support for the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA) with its commitment to provide the AgeCheq COPPA compliance services (www.AgeCheq.com) to its growing list of large global brands, agencies and games. Kochava has integrated the AgeCheq COPPA compliance service into its mobile measurement and attribution platform, making AgeCheq’s COPPA compliance tools available for free to all Kochava customers via the single Kochava Dashboard.

via Kochava Takes Bold Privacy Stand in Support of Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act | Business Wire.

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AssertID, Inc. (AssertID), a software technology innovator specializing in web-based privacy and identity-verification solutions, has teamed with TRUSTe, a leading Data Privacy Management company and FTC approved COPPA Safe Harbor, to deliver a first-of-its-kind fully automated verifiable parental consent (VPC) service in the cloud.

via AssertID, Inc. Teams with TRUSTe to Offer a COPPA-compliant Verifiable Parental Consent (VPC) Service in the Cloud.

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AssertID, Inc. Teams with TRUSTe to Offer a COPPA-compliant Verifiable Parental Consent (VPC) Service in the Cloud

Technology innovator has teamed with an Established Leader in Online Data Privacy Management to promote the protection of children’s online privacy by streamlining compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

via AssertID, Inc. Teams with TRUSTe to Offer a COPPA-compliant Verifiable Parental Consent (VPC) Service in the Cloud.

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YORK, PA. June 17, 2014 /MobilityWire/ — AgeCheq (www.agecheq.com), today announced the immediate availability of its Corona software development kit, which opens the AgeCheq COPPA compliance service to all mobile game developers who use the Corona Labs 2D game engine. With AgeCheq, game publishers who may have children under 13 in their audience can easily comply with COPPA privacy regulations by using the SDK to add a few lines of code to their game. Existing games can be updated, tested and re-posted to the app stores within a single day.

via AgeCheq Releases COPPA Compliance SDK for Corona 2D Game Engine – MobilityWire®.

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