The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part Three: Revise your privacy notices

Europe’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from May 2018.  This law obliges all companies with consumers based in the EU to enable new data privacy protection. For websites and apps whose audience is primarily kids, additional requirements apply, commonly known as GDPR-Kids (GDPR-K).

In this series we outline the steps you ought to take immediately to prepare for GDPR-K. Part One dealt with auditing your technology partners. Part Two dealt with defining and articulating your compliance strategy. Part Three covers how best to revise your privacy notices.

Once you have regained control over the data collection that happens on your site or app (Part One), and have determined ‘who you are’ under GDPR-K (Part Two), it’s time to rewrite your terms of service and privacy policies.

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The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part Two: Defining your audience

Europe’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from May 2018.  This law obliges all companies with consumers based in the EU to enable new data privacy protection. For websites and apps whose audience is primarily kids, additional requirements apply, commonly known as GDPR-Kids (GDPR-K).

In this series we outline the steps you ought to take immediately to prepare for GDPR-K. Part One dealt with auditing your technology partners. Part Two deals with defining and articulating your compliance strategy.

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The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part One: Audit your technology partners

Europe’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from May 2018.  This law obliges all companies with consumers based in the EU to enable new data privacy protection. For websites and apps whose audience is primarily kids, additional requirements apply, commonly known as GDPR-Kids (GDPR-K).

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