Children's privacy could yet see 2022 progress in US Congress

17/11/2022 | Axios

US lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say proposals to protect children's data online could be included in year-end defence packages. Leadership in the Senate proposes two bills, the Kids Online Safety Act and the Children and Teens' Online Privacy Protection Act. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Communications Director Tricia Enright said Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., "supports any effort to get children's online privacy passed during the lame duck (session)." 

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