Advertisers at Risk of Unknowingly Collecting Children’s Data, Violating COPPA Laws

A total of 66 apps directed at children across Google and Apple app stores continue to share geolocation data with advertisers

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A report by fraud detection platform Pixalate claims that a number of apps aimed at children are violating COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) by unknowingly sharing data signals.

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