Friday, January 23, 2015

Service providers still mention COPA in their AUP's


A few service providers still provide information about the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) in their acceptable use policies, even though COPA was finally overturned at trial in March,  2007, as reported here. They typically recommend such products as Netnanny, and CyberSitter (from Solidoak, here). , still no argument about that.  But in the past two or three years, there has been little interest in voluntary self-labeling, as had been proposed in the past by the now defunct ICRA. 

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