Kids say the darndest things, and California wants to make sure that when it comes to their online postings those kids get a do-over.  On January 2015, California law SB 568 entitled “Privacy Rights for California Minors in the Digital World” will go into effect, allowing minors to remove certain posted online content as well as restricting certain types of online advertising directed to minors.

We have previously discussed California (see posts) and its continued stance as a leader in data privacy legislation, and this is no different.  California’s enactment of SB 568 focuses on expanding the online safeguards that the FTC put in place for minors with COPPA, as well as giving a nod to a topic of heavy debate in Europe—the right to be forgotten.


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