Jack. First of all, I want to apologize for offending you. We published this just to show how the tech could be used. We don't actually care about the message. But you do bring up a viable point, that for some people - this might be an issue, so I take this post down.
What European universities would you recommend?
How about you don't associate with a left leaning partisan news site assuming all video game artists lean the same way. I'll be blocking your content from here on out.
AgeCheq leads the industry with innovative technology solutions covering the intersection of privacy and mobile devices. Since most of today’s privacy issues are the result of technology, it’s only logical that technology can be created and deployed to solve those problems.
How we help make COPPA work for parents, publishers and children
As written, COPPA requires game publishers to build and maintain a complex relationship with parents of children who use their games. Privacy notices and permissions must be sent and received before a child can begin playing. Parents must be positively identified before they can approve apps, and by law, they must be able to easily revoke their permission.
For a game publisher, the effort and cost of building their own compliance system would be very high, which is why few apps and games are COPPA compliant today.
For parents, a world where every game publisher had their own unique identification method and dashboard would be extremely confusing.
What both parents and publishers need is a single-sign-on central clearinghouse service that manages all required notices and permissions and streamlines interaction with easy-to-use dashboards and mobile apps.
That’s exactly what AgeCheq’s cloud compliance service provides.
We also market other digital privacy products for consumers, mobile banking, connected cars, smartphones and intelligent device manufacturers (IOT).
16 February, 2015