disclosure

(4) Disclosure The term “disclosure” means, with respect to personal information— (A) the release of personal information collected from a child in identifiable form by an operator for any purpose, except where such information is provided to a person other than the operator who provides support for the internal operations of the website and does not disclose or use that information for any other purpose; and (B) making personal information collected from a child by a website or online service directed to children or with actual knowledge that such information was collected from a child, publicly available in identifiable form, by any means including by a public posting, through the Internet, or through— (i) a home page of a website; (ii) a pen pal service; (iii) an electronic mail service; (iv) a message board; or (v) a chat room.

Source

15 USC § 6501(4)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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