Lessons learned about the Children's code 6-months on

23/03/2022 | DIGIT

It has been 6-months since the Age Appropriate Design Code of Practice came into effect. DIGIT spoke with ICO Head of Regulatory Strategy Michael Murray ahead of his presentation at Data Protection Summit 2022 to find out what lessons have been learnt since the code was implemented. In his response, Murry notes the feedback has been largely positive. “Our surveys have found that many companies are in the process of reviewing the risks to children, reviewing and redrafting their privacy information and developing their data protection impact assessments.”  However, he goes on to say, “Some in industry don’t fully grasp that they are in the scope of the code.” 

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