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Episode Info: "The primary mission of COPPA is to place parents in control of what info is collected from their children. As a parent, I find this impossible." - Cheri KieseckerWhat is COPPA? In 1998 Congress made some value judgments about the potential harm to children due to online activity. That it was important for websites that are targeted towards kids to collect parental consent before they collect, use, or disclose any of the child's information and data. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), made some rules and suggestions as to how that would happen, and COPPA is the result of this work. Show Notes and Links:COPPA Workshop Video  The Digital Playground - App Design, Data Collection, and Policy Implications - Jenny Radesky from U of M Medical SchoolState of the World in Children's Privacy - Panel 1Twitter: #COPPAworkshopGreat articles about the FTC workshop:https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/10/opinion/coppa-children-online-privacy.html https://www.edsurge.com/news/2019-10-08-the-ftc-has-its-sights-on-coppa-and-edtech-providers-should-take-notice   Tech Tool of the Week: It's Digital Citizenship Week!  Follow #digcitcommit. It has a ton of great ideas on incorporating this topic into your classroom. Also visit Common Sense Media for our #TechTooloftheWeek.  Show Transcript:Danelle Brostrom 0:04 Okay, can I tell you I'm worried about this topic.Danelle Brostrom 0:12 What, is today Tuesday?Danelle Brostrom 0:14 Danelle was awful this week soLarry Burden 0:17 it'll be. We'll seeDanelle Brostrom 0:19 Can that be your intro. Heck yeahLarry Burden 0:21 So there we go.Larry Burden 0:26 It's Episode 93 of the EdTech Loop podcast my name is Larry Burden and she wishes she was at the hottest spot north of Havana, it's Danelle Brostrom. It's really cold in here.Danelle Brostrom 0:37 It's really cold in here.Larry Burden 0:38 After reading the iching's terms of service agreement, we've decided to share publicly this week's moment of Zen.Moment of Zen 0:45 They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve, neither liberty, or safety.Larry Burden 0:54 The rest of these essential ingredients are copyright protected, but we've, we've obtained the rights to add them to this week's meat of the show. The future of privacy. I had, I had a question to start out with but I really wanted, I wanted, I had these quotes and I'm like I want to start out with this and see where you go with it. So the quote this time was from Twitter, because Twitter, the primary mission, first, am I pronouncing right is it Copa?Danelle Brostrom 1:20 COPPA,Larry Burden 1:21 COPPA because they don't want it to be the Copacabana, which is the reference earlier.Danelle Brostrom 1:24 I got'cha. Now I get it.Larry Burden 1:27 There we go, and it's really cold in here. Did I mention it's cold in here?Danelle Brostrom 1:29 It's cold in here.Larry Burden 1:31 "The primary mission of COPPA is to place parents in control of what info is collected from their childr...
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