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What is the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act?

The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a federal law that gives parents control over information collected from kids. When websites or apps are geared to children, or when website or app operators knowingly collect data from children under 13 years old, operators must comply with COPPA's parental consent requirements.

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Comcast's web properties do not target children or intentionally collect information from children, and Comcast complies with COPPA where necessary.

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