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Protecting kids' on-line privacy

When children go on-line, they leave a trail of personal information at every site they visit. The Federal Trade Commission recently set rules for Web site operators aimed at putting parents in charge of that information. A guide for parents explains the rules and describes some of the things to look for from the sites their children visit.

Copies of "How to Protect Kids' Privacy Online," are available free from the FTC at (877) FTC-HELP (382-4357) or at www.ftc.gov, click on Consumer Protection.

Copies of "How to Protect Kids' Privacy Online," are available free from the FTC at (877) FTC-HELP (382-4357) or at www.ftc.gov, click on Consumer Protection.



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