California Passes Landmark Privacy Protections for Children With Big Implications for Online Providers
Governor Newsom recently signed into law AB 2273, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (CA AADCA), making California the first state to pass broad privacy protections for children.
The CA AADCA is modeled after the UK’s Age-Appropriate Design Code (UK AADCA) which came into effect last year. While the two acts are not identical, businesses that conformed to the UK AADCA will see many similarities with the CA AADCA. Both laws seek to provide higher default privacy protections for children and set forth various requirements for covered businesses.
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