Thursday, December 25, 2008

States Aim To Protect Kids From Spam; Michigan and Utah are creating registries of e-mail addresses by a means similar to "do not call" lists.(Brief Article) | InformationWeek | Find Art

As we explore age-verification technologies and approached, it can be helpful to look back a few years to see what we thought about kid "do not e-mail" list to help shiled them from porn and other inappropriate messaging. Large lists of children's contact information (aside from the COPPA legal implications) may not be what we want when predator groups could use them as a catalogue of children.States Aim To Protect Kids From Spam; Michigan and Utah are creating registries of e-mail addresses by a means similar to "do not call" lists.(Brief Article) | InformationWeek | Find Art

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