Why Teens Need Unique Privacy Protections

Nov 24, 2020

TeenAge Privacy Program Data Privacy Podcast

Teens are at risk online now more than ever, and the amount of their personal data being collected is vast. Tune in to our latest podcast to hear our experts discuss the key findings from their latest whitepaper on teenage privacy in the mobile app marketplace and the privacy implications of in-app purchases and interest-based advertising (IBA), Risky Business, a report from the TeenAge Privacy Program (TAPP).

Join BBB National Programs TAPP team members: Ayaz Minhas, Manager, Data Privacy & Digital Programs for the Digital Advertising Accountability Program, Cameryn Gonnella, Compliance Manager for the Children's Advertising Review Unit, and Isaac Cronk, Digital Advertising Compliance Specialist for the Digital Advertising Accountability Program. 

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