Utah to Revise Social Media Limits for Youth as Lawsuits Loom
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Utah's Republican leaders are doubling down on laws that require parental permission for kids to access social media apps, amid legal challenges. The laws, signed last year, require age verification and set a social media curfew for minors. Republicans plan to revise the laws to ensure their constitutionality and protect children from harmful content. However, a new federal lawsuit argues that the laws require all social media users in the state, not just minors, to share excessive personal data.
We will continue to lead the nation in protecting kids against social media, and we will hold social media companies accountable for the harm that they are inflicting upon our youth.
Republican legislative leaders in Utah are prioritizing the reinforcement of laws that require parental permission for kids to access social media apps. The laws, signed by Governor Spencer Cox last year, have faced legal challenges due to concerns about privacy and constitutionality. They require age verification and set a social media curfew for minors. Republicans plan to revise the laws to ensure their constitutionality and to protect children from the potential harm of social media. However, a new federal lawsuit argues that the laws require all social media users in the state, not just minors, to share excessive personal data.
We will stand for our children and proudly fight any litigation.
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