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AI, Education and Children’s Privacy Concerns

May 16, 2023
Event Host: BBB National Programs
Convene1201 Wilson Blvd, 30th FloorArlington VA , 22209
Gillian Diebold@g1lliandiebold
Former Policy Analyst
Center for Data Innovation
Ash Johnson@ashleyjnsn
Senior Policy Manager
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

In policy, in the media, on platforms, and around the world lines are blurred between a child, a youth, a kid, and a teen. Creating an online or mobile experience that is both appealing for a teen but includes proper protections for a child under the age of 13 is a big ask of brands looking to engage with either audience. From parental controls to age verification, how do you achieve your goals and stay compliant when the tools that you need often don’t yet exist on emerging platforms?

This year, through keynote sessions followed by discussion groups, join experts, lawyers, advocates, academics, and other colleagues to discuss how this changing narrative has opened the door to challenges positioning brands in the children’s space in seemingly impossible situations. At this in-person event we will dive into those challenges, discuss best practices, and find the path forward as we look to the future.

Gillian Diebold and Ashley Johnson moderate discussions about AI and education and children’s privacy concerns with emerging technology at the Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) Annual Conference.

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