Privacy considerations for children's online gaming

12/09/2022 | IAPP

The total amount of time children spend online continues to grow. This is partly due to online gaming, which encourages minors to exchange personal information in order to play the latest titles—especially mobile games. In this IAPP article, Baker McKenzie International Advisor Elizabeth Denham and Allen & Overy Special Advisor Steve Wood highlight some of the key privacy issues in the evolution of children's online gaming and different policy solutions.

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