Hector Balderas, New Mexico’s Attorney General, is suing Tiny Lab Productions – a mobile game developer – as well as Google, Twitter and other tech companies, for allegedly violating federal and state children’s privacy laws.
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It is alleged that Tiny Lab is being used to obtain personal data from children and that Google, Twitter, and other companies facilitate the data transfer.
This case brings to light a much broader power grab in the war against the Marxist Movement in the United States, which seeks to impose United Nations educational mandates on U.S. children, while violating federal privacy laws to collect data and manipulate how American children are educated. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA – 1998) imposes certain requirements on online operators of websites/services collecting personal information of children 13 years old or younger.
U.S. public school education is rapidly and intentionally being pushed through online curricula and programing which (1) illegally collects data from the children using the system in violation of federal privacy laws to protect children (COPPA) and (2) draws students away from an understanding of America’s founding principles, system of government, and free market economy to one in which students are taught they are individual workers in a global community/economy who happen to live in the United States.
States are creating curriculum using OER (Open Education Resources) in which no entity controls what information is uploaded and made available. OER is a term coined by the United Nations Education Division (UNESCO) in 2002.
In Texas, for instance, State law […]