The Center for Digital Democracy and other children's advocacy groups will be teaming up to ensure that stricter online privacy rules for children taking effect Monday are enforced. The law requires parental permission before data can be collected from children under age 12. "We'll be focused initially on the major kids sites -- Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network -- to make sure they respect the new rules and empower parents with the information and control they deserve," said Jeff Chester, executive director of the CDD.
Groups work together to aid compliance with children's online privacy rules
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