sorry for the late reply, your message somehow got lost under a pile of others!
I must admit I hadn't heard of COPPA before (probably because we're Europe-based), but that shouldn't be a problem with Flox. If you look at the feature comparison from the Flurry website, you see that Flurry normally collects all kinds of data (gender, age, etc.) that we do not track -- that is, that we not even would know how to track! 😉
- E.g. Flox does not use any device identifiers. Instead, we create an "installationID" that's totally random and anonymous and is lost when the user deletes the app.
- The only geographic data we collect is the country of the user.
Does that answer your question?