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Santa Fe, NM - Today Attorney General Hector Balderas announced a federal lawsuit against Rovio Entertainment, the developer of the massively popular “Angry Birds” mobile gaming franchise. The suit, brought under the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (or “COPPA”) as well as state law, alleges that Rovio knowingly collects personal information from children under the age of 13 that play the Angry Birds games. Rovio then sends that information off to a constellation of third party marketing companies that analyze, repackage, resell and otherwise use the information to sell targeted advertising to those children. 

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