The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part Two: Defining your audience

Europe’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from May 2018.  This law obliges all companies with consumers based in the EU to enable new data privacy protection. For websites and apps whose audience is primarily kids, additional requirements apply, commonly known as GDPR-Kids (GDPR-K). In this series we … Continue reading The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part Two: Defining your audience

The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part One: Audit your technology partners

Europe’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from May 2018.  This law obliges all companies with consumers based in the EU to enable new data privacy protection. For websites and apps whose audience is primarily kids, additional requirements apply, commonly known as GDPR-Kids (GDPR-K). In this series we … Continue reading The GDPR-K Toolkit for Kids Publishers Part One: Audit your technology partners

Announcing Tim Weller, our Non-Exec Chairman

High growth companies aren't just about the operating teams, they also need great boards to support (so often an afterthought). After many months of searching, we've found a great Non-Exec Chairman to join SuperAwesome's board. I'm delighted to welcome Tim Weller to the family. Tim is a successful entrepreneur within the media and technology industries. Most notably he … Continue reading Announcing Tim Weller, our Non-Exec Chairman

How platforms built for kids are allowing them to have a political voice

How platforms built for kids are allowing them to have a political voice

2017 was the year of the “youthquake”. Millennials and Gen-Zers were dismissed as too busy taking selfies and eating avocados to vote; but the UK general election saw the 18-24 year old turnout reach a 25-year high. In fact, there’s been a noticeable trend of increasing youth political participation; from the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum … Continue reading How platforms built for kids are allowing them to have a political voice

10 things developers should know about building digital services for kids

Two years ago we launched Kids Web Services (KWS), a platform to help developers build COPPA-compliant apps and sites for the under-13 audience. As similar data privacy laws have expanded into Europe, building engagement for the kids audience has become a challenge which many brands, content owners and game developers hadn’t planned for. One of … Continue reading 10 things developers should know about building digital services for kids