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The United States Children's Online
Privacy Protection Act went into effect on April 21st, 2000. In order to
comply with that law, MagsCentral.com will not knowingly process any data
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MagsCentral.com is AAPPMPM Compliant (State of Maine): The Maine legislature
enacted LD 1183, An Act to Prevent Predatory Marketing Practices against
Minors ("AAPPMPM"), to protect the privacy of all minors. It prohibits (1) the
collection or use of health-related information and "personal
information" for marketing purposes from individuals under the age of 18
without verifiable parental consent, and (2) the sale or transfer to a
third party of health-related information or personal information about
a minor if that information was unlawfully collected, individually
identifies the minor, or will be used for "predatory marketing."
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