• Roll Call

    Congress’ tech plate is full, with little time at the table

    In the absence of federal legislation, more than a dozen states have enacted data privacy laws, and more are in the pipeline.

  • The Guardian

    Battle lines drawn as US states take on big tech with online child safety bills

    Nine states are hashing out bills to protect minors online. Tech companies are fighting the laws with everything they’ve got.

  • The Caledonian Record

    High School Student Advocates for Vermont Kids Code

    As a junior at Mount Mansfield Union High School, I’ve witnessed my generation struggle to navigate an uncharted digital world we were thrust into from a young age with little guidance. We’ve become the unintentional guinea pigs for the tech products designed to keep us perpetually plugged in and constantly online – and we feel…

  • The Rutland Herald

    Schumacher: Calling for Vermont Kids Code

    If I, a pediatrician who’d taken every in-app precaution to protect my child online, couldn’t do so, what did that mean for other families in Vermont? And in the nation at large?

  • Pluribus News

    Md., Vt. advance youth data privacy bills

    The Maryland House and Senate last week passed separate Age-Appropriate Design Code bills on unanimous votes. The Vermont Senate on Tuesday advanced on a unanimous vote a revised version of the model legislation, which also needs sign-off in the House.