Children's digital rights group 5Rights has accused Google and ClassDojo of violating the UK Age Appropriate Design Code through issues related to education services provided by the companies. 5Rights has since presented its research to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) and the Department of Education, revealing third-party user-tracking during use of the edtech products in question, along with other privacy notice issues. 5Rights Chair Baroness Beeban Kidron said that the growth of remote learning helped facilitate the alleged violations. The report was originally published in the Financial Times (£).
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