Krusty the Clown has a Web site where children enter various contests by submitting their names, ages, addresses, and other personal information online. Krusty
wants to make sure that his Web site does not violate COPPA. His friend Bozo advised him merely to avoid targeting children over 13; is this good advice? Bozo has set up a charity Web site for children afflicted by clownitis, a rare skin condition that turns the victim's skin white. Bozo told Krusty not to worry about COPPA since he doesn't. Is there a reason why COPPA might not apply to Bozo's site? What does Krusty need to do to be in full compliance with COPPA?

List the issues involved and probable outcomes.


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