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Why FTC’s child privacy push costs Seattle’s biggest employers millions

BKC Faculty Associate Leah Plunkett comments on children's privacy rights. 

"'Children deserve private places to play,' said Leah Plunkett...Beyond just playing video games safely, Plunkett said children need to be able to experiment without a company tracking them, which could expose them to threats or be used to make predictions about them that alter their futures."

Read more in The Seattle Times.

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