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Florida House passes a bill to ban social media accounts for children under 16

  • The Florida House passed a bill banning children under 16 from popular social media platforms, citing concerns about bullying, predators, and addiction.
  • The bill would require social media companies to close accounts used by minors and delete their information. Opponents argue it violates the First Amendment and parents should decide access.
  • The legislation will now go to the Florida state Senate, with Meta opposing the bill and supporting federal legislation for parental approval.
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