No. Because the Commission noted within the 1999 Statement of Basis and Purpose, “if a parent seeks to examine his child’s private information after the operator has deleted it, the operator may merely respond that it not any longer has any information concerning that child. ” See 64 Fed. Reg. 59888, 59904.
2. Let’s say, despite my many careful efforts, we erroneously hand out a child’s information that is personal a person who isn’t that child’s moms and dad or guardian?
The Rule calls for one to provide moms and dads with a way of reviewing any private information you collect online from young ones.