When building an app or website, consider more than just your own privacy practices. After all, you’re probably getting support from companies that provide everything from hosting to analytics services. These third parties have their own business models, and some of them may not be able to comply with the legal requirements for children’s products. What should you know about third parties and staying on the right side of compliance rules? Start here.
Biznology’s Ruth Stevens sat down with Linnette Attai to discuss marketing and GDPR.
Ruth Stevens, cited by Crain’s B2B Magazine as “One of the 100 Most Influential People in B-to-B Marketing” sat down with Linnette Attai of PlayWell, LLC to discuss some of what marketers need to know about complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a complex new data protection regulation going into effect on May 25.
These days, everything seems to be connected to the Internet, and toys are no exception. Technology-enabled toys, or “smart toys” raise some complicated questions about children’s data privacy and safety. It’s important to understand how the product operates and what information might be shared with the manufacturer before you decide to give one to your child. Here’s a place to start.