The Internet will eat your kids alive and market crap to them while it's at it, which is why the Federal Trade Commission wants to update the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, reports The Wall Street Journal's Emily Steel. "The Federal Trade Commission wants to give parents more control over what information websites can collect about their children." The new regulations would require parental consent for websites to collect information about your child, explains The New York Times's Somini Sengupta,
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