: Sen. Ed Markey reintroduces long-sought sequel to kids’ online-safety law


Amid an escalating bipartisan outcry about the need to protect kids’ safety online, punctuated by President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address, a sequel to one of the last major pieces of tech legislation was reintroduced in the Senate on Wednesday.

Sen. Ed Markey’s Children and Teens’ Only Privacy and Protection Act, or COPPA 2.0, is long-gestating legislation that updates his 1998 COPPA law. It raises the age limit for privacy protections to 16 from 13, bans targeted ads aimed at children and introduces a a first-of-its-kind…

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