Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez official websites pay $1million fine
Published on October 5, 2012 by Andrew Sheldon ·
The official company that makes fan websites for Canadian pop star Justin Bieber, former Disney star Selena Gomez and Rihanna, who has decided to pay $1million to resolve charges for collecting data about more than 100,000 children.
FTC spokeswoman Claudio Bourne Farrell insists that Artist Arena LLC has decided to settle the matter for $1 million, but a judge should first sign off on the contract according to sources. The children are reportedly had their private information, which was stored by the teen singer Justin Bieber website are age 12 and below.
The company, who will maintain the official websites for top celebrities like RihannaNow.com, BieberFever.com, DemiLovatoFanClub.net and SelenaGomez.com, as they have shockingly collected personal data from an estimated 101,000 children aged 12 and under says to the FTC complaint.
The FTC has been investigating the process of updating the rules over to restrict companies and Web sites, which will target young children or are geared to young fans
Tags: Claudia Bourne Farrell, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Selena Gomez
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