The COPPA regulations state that websites may not collect information from
minors under the age of 13.
The COPPA regulations apply to websites that collect information from
The COPPA regulations require that parents of children under the age of 13
be given instructions on how to maintain privacy.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) manages regulations that apply to
websites which collect information from children. The Act establishes criteria to be used to
determine whether a website or online service is directed at children. These include the
following: the subject matter of the site or service, its visual content, the use of animated
characters or child-oriented activities and incentives, music or other audio content, the age of
models, the presence of child celebrities or celebrities who appeal to children, language or other
characteristics of the website or online service, and whether advertising promoting or appearing
on the website or online service is directed at children.
Protecting Minors from Online Dangers
Select the true statement about the history of the Internet.
The first four nodes of ARPANET included Harvard, MIT, Stanford, and the
Department of Defense.
TCP/IP facilitates communication between networks running on different
The creation of ARPANET enabled U.S. defense intelligence agencies to
predict the Soviet launch of Sputnik.
The Internet is a global network of connected computers linked through
Transmission-control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP) is the basic communication language
or protocol of the Internet. It can also be used as a communications protocol in a private network
(either an intranet or an extranet). The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) network
was created in response to the launch of Sputnik, not in advance of it.