Federal Legislation

The Children and Teens’ Online Privacy Protection Act

Introduced by Senators Ed Markey and Bill Cassidy, the Children and Teens' Online Privacy Protection Act would update existing data privacy rules for the 21st century to ensure children and teenagers are protected online.

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The Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA)

Sponsored by Senators Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn, the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) would give kids and teens the ability to opt-out of addictive product features and create a duty for social media platforms to prevent and mitigate harms to minors.

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The Kids PRIVACY Act

Introduced by Rep. Kathy Castor, the Kids PRIVACY Act would strengthen the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), previously passed legislation from 1998 to protect kids’ privacy online

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State Legislation

California Age Appropriate Design Code

Unanimously passed by the California State Legislature and signed into law in September 2022, the California Age Appropriate Design Code (AADC) is a landmark bipartisan law to protect kids online by design and by default.

Maryland Kids Code

Unanimously passed in 2023 and signed into law in May 2023, the bipartisan Maryland Kids Code provides safety-by-design and privacy-by-default to kids and teens online.

Minnesota Kids Code

Introduced in 2023, the bipartisan Minnesota Kids Code is a privacy framework that brings a product safety approach to the internet ensuring that the online products we use every day are safe by design.

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Nevada Kids Code

Introduced in 2023, the bipartisan Nevada Kids Code is a privacy framework that brings a product safety approach to the internet ensuring that the online products we use every day are safe by design.

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New Mexico Kids Code

Introduced in 2023, the bipartisan New Mexico Kids Code is a privacy framework that brings a product safety approach to the internet ensuring that the online products we use every day are safe by design.

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Vermont Kids Code

Unanimously passed in 2023, the bipartisan Vermont Kids Code provides safety-by-design and privacy-by-default to kids and teens online.

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