TotallyAwesome, kids’ online data privacy and digital advertising experts, partners with the Australian Toy Association (ATA) as a major sponsor of the annual Australian Toy, Hobby and Licensing Fair 2020.Continue reading…
In line with international standards on protecting kids’ data, Japan today announces the arrival of TotallyAwesome, the country’s first kid-safe and compliant digital advertising company.
China’s Cyberspace Administration Office has issued new regulations to protect kids’ data privacy online, due to take effect on 1 October 2019. The Regulation on Protection of Children’s Personal Information Online puts into practice the principles of the broader Cyber Security Law (CSL) and the standards set by the Personal Information Security
[Singapore] — TotallyAwesome, Asia-Pacific’s leading kid-safe digital media company, has released its annual study on the online habits of children in the region. Started in 2014, the Kids’ Digital Insights report is one of the most trusted resources for media, brands and agencies.
Sydney, Australia (AUG 2019) – The Kids’ Digital Insights Study conducted by kid-centric digital media company TotallyAwesome late last year found a whopping 89 percent of parents are worried about their kids’ safety on social media. Among their key concerns are inappropriate content, cyberbullying and lack of privacy protection. Kids, themselves, are also very much worried about their personal information being shared online, found a recent survey by the company. The results were much higher than anticipated, observed TotallyAwesome’s Chief Operating Officer, Marcus Herrmann.
Sydney August 2019
TotallyAwesome has partnered with Nickelodeon Australia to successfully launch a local PopJam channel for the iconic kids entertainment brand, allowing them to safely communicate to their under-13 audience in Australia via the leading kid-safe and COPPA compliant social media content platform.
PopJam, the world’s leading kids safe-social content sharing platform, now counts top global YouTube stars CKN Toys and The Norris Nuts, joining the likes of JoJo Siwa, as Kidfluencers on the fun app!
Platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube are all designed for adult audiences and despite being used by vast numbers of kids, have no support for under-13 engagement (in fact, legally they can’t).
As kids overwhelm these adult platforms, some are reacting by simply shutting down engagement. TikTok has created a whole new user experience (with dramatically curtailed functionality) for its younger users, while YouTube has taken the radical move of switching off comments for any videos created by (or intended for) kids or family users.