Do Not Track Kids | Protecting Children From Online Tracking
Posted 05/16/2011 by Childhelp
When you search the Internet, websites will cookie you in order to gain your personal information, which is sold to advertisers who use this information to serve you more targeted ads. However, a child's personal information should remain private.
If a child enters his or her information to play a new online game or listen to music, they potentially risk their identity and online security. Common Sense Media is trying to pass an online privacy bill that protects children with their Do Not Track Kids campaign.
Visit the Do Not Track Kids' page to learn more about this campaign, how to protect your kids' online reputation now and other useful resources like their reviews of movies, games, musics and apps.
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