In the wake of the devastating mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school, many parents are looking for ways to help their children find and stay safe online.
They are also asking if they should be able to use their children’s personal information in ads that target ads that do not target children.
The FTC is considering new rules that would allow for advertisers to target kids with ads that use child-specific targeting, and the agency is now working on new rules for adults.
The proposed rules include two rules for individuals and two for companies that have more than 500 employees.
The FTC wants to be sure that they can identify children, the groups that might be most likely to be targeted and how to create a targeted ad that is appropriate to each group.
The rules also would require companies to be more transparent about what is going on with their personal data.
The agency is working to figure out how to identify what types of personal data are being collected, what information the companies can share with the FTC and what steps companies can take to limit the information collected.
The agency says it wants to make sure that children are able to identify ads that are appropriate to them.
The proposed rules also require companies that are creating and targeting ads that include children to disclose how much money they make from the ads.
The new rules would apply to both the ad and the content that it targets.
In other words, if you are creating an ad that targets kids, you would have to disclose to your ad buyer that children in the target audience are targeted, too.
The two new rules do not affect how ads would be targeted or the kinds of ads that could be used.
The new rules still require companies and individuals to be able identify children when they are in the targeting window and to disclose that they are using the data.
However, the rules also allow the FTC to investigate potential violations of the new rules.
The goal is to ensure that kids are able and comfortable to use and share their personal information with other people in the world and that the FTC can ensure that data is being used properly.
“In the wake [of the shooting], people are looking to help kids,” said Mary Anne Franks, senior director of digital advertising at the FTC.
“In the face of the horrific events that happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School, we want to make it easy for parents and kids to share information and make it easier for kids to be safe online.”
Companies that want to be considered for a new ad-targeting rule need to create an ad targeting platform that uses child-targeted targeting.
The platform would need to be designed with the goal of being more than just a platform to target children, Franks said.
The platform would have an opt-in system that would enable parents to opt-out of the targeting and other data collection.
Companies that want a rule to apply to their ads should also provide the opt-outs to parents in a separate email.
The existing rules on personal data collection do not apply to child-focused ads that will target children or to children’s ads that focus on topics that are not children.
The current rules require only that advertisers target ads to children with the most recent version of the ad, and that children be identifiable.
However the new proposal requires that the ad target to include children only when there is a high likelihood that children will be a primary target.
The rule also requires that advertisers use a high-quality opt-ins system, where parents are given the ability to opt out.
In addition to the proposed rules for consumers, the agency has also issued a new rule that would require businesses that sell and advertise on platforms like Amazon, eBay, Craigslist and Yelp to post on their websites details about the ads they run, including the age of the child in the ad.
The rules also will require the websites to use opt-Ins to ensure the ads do not use personal data or content that might violate consumer privacy.
The proposal also would include additional requirements for businesses that offer ads that appear on websites for customers to set up an opt in system for customers.
The rule will require companies, businesses and individuals that have fewer than 500 workers to report to the FTC information about how they use personal information for advertising, marketing and other purposes.
It will also require businesses and companies to disclose any other data that is collected about their customers.