is an attorney at Tyz Law Group PC, where she advises companies on various privacy matters, including CCPA and COPPA compliance. Rachel is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Prior to joining Tyz Law Group, Rachel was General Counsel for The Control Group Media Company, where she advised on wide-ranging topics including privacy regulations and compliance.
Notwithstanding its negative effects on the world at large, COVID-19 quarantine has been a boon to a growing group of entertainment-based apps and services. Netflix, Amazon, Zoom, and Instagram are a few of the best-known apps that many have used to break the monotony of pandemic-induced isolation. TikTok is also on the list of apps experiencing a growth surge, though chances are that your kids are more likely to have participated in a viral TikTok dance challenge than you. Unfortunately for the Chinese-owned company, this popularity among the tween-and-under set is the source of its ongoing struggles with privacy advocates and regulators.