Despite some improvements, our new State of Kids' Privacy report shows popular apps and devices pose real threats.
Our new report shows most streaming apps and devices do not meet the minimum level of privacy protections recommended for kids.
Experts unpack the pros and cons of potential legislation.
In most states, school guidelines on student cell phone searches remain unclear.
As parents are asked to read and sign a number of forms this back-to-school season, they should pay special attention to FERPA if they want to keep their kids' information private.
We support Washington's actions and encourage other states to join the movement by expanding digital citizenship and media literacy training for all kids.
North Carolina's HB 632 falls woefully short of the commonsense data protections students and their families deserve.
What is the responsibility of the tech industry when it comes to Privacy?
We want stronger protections for all broadband subscribers but also for our most vulnerable users, kids.
We support HB 430 because students deserve to have their data protected from unwanted eyes.