The FTC regularly revisits rules on the books to make sure they’re effective and up to date. Right now the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule is under review. We asked for public comments in July and hosted a workshop on the Future of the COPPA Rule earlier this month. Given substantial interest in the subject, we’ve had requests to extend the current October 23, 2019, comment deadline. The Commission just announced that you now have until December 9, 2019, to put your comments on the public record. Read the Federal Register Notice for more information about the COPPA Rule.
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The comments you put here on the blog are not added to the public comment on the FTC's implementation of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA” or “the Act”), through the Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule (“COPPA Rule” or “the Rule”).
Follow the link and read the Federal Register Notice if you want to make a public comment according to the Request for Comment.
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The paragraph "14" you pasted into your comment is not part of the COPPA rule.
It's a question-and-answer from Frequently Asked Questions the FTC wrote to help people comply with COPPA. There's a lot more information about complying with COPPA, how to know if your website is directed to children, how the FTC enforces COPPA and other topics in the Frequently Asked Questions.