Video Game Content Creators Face COPPA Liability Hazards

By Matthew Woods and Austin Miller

April 19, 2022

Content creators on live streaming platforms that draw a preteen audience—like YouTube Gaming and Twitch—need to be aware of potential liability pitfalls under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, say Robins Kaplan attorneys Matthew Woods and Austin Miller. Congress or the FTC could clarify the act, but show no signs of doing so at this time, they say.

Reproduced with permission. Published April 19, 2022. Copyright 2022 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. 800-372-1033.
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