We have an important opportunity to protect kids and teens from unscrupulous online marketers.
Tracking the online movements of children and teens -- and collecting their personal data -- is big business. Companies sell information they collect to advertisers and data brokers to use for targeted advertising. Recently proposed bipartisan legislation will empower parents to protect children against the increasingly sophisticated surveillance used by online marketers.
Will you take a minute to urge your Senators and Representative to cosponsor the Do Not Track Kids Act?