COPPA represents the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. It is a United States federal law enacted in 1998 and implemented by the Federal Trade Commission. COPPA aims to protect the privacy and personal information of children under 13 when they use online services.

The primary purpose of COPPA is to give parents, or guardians control over the private information that websites and online services can manage from children. Operators of websites and online services targeted at children or those knowingly collecting personal information from children must acquire verifiable parental consent before gathering, utilizing, or disclosing such information.

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