New Bill Would Regulate Online Content Aimed At Kids
March 9, 2020
The Kids Internet Design and Safety (KIDS) Act, introduced by Sens. Ed Markey (Massachusetts) and Richard Blumenthal (Connecticut), would prohibit operators of platforms aimed at users under 16 from using “auto-play” settings on videos. The measure would also ban those operators encouraging young users by offering them “badges” for playing games, or sending them push alerts.
Read more at: https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/348089/new-bill-would-regulate-online-content-aimed-at-ki.html
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