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Gov. DeSantis says he still wants social media to allow parental consent for 14- and 15-year-olds

  • Gov. Ron DeSantis hopes to make changes to a social media bill already passed by the Legislature, which would prevent anyone under 16 from using social media platforms with addictive features.
  • DeSantis believes parents should have a say in their children's social media use and wants an opt-in system for parents of children at a certain age.
  • The bill, which has passed both chambers and is ready to be sent to the Governor, faces objections and negotiations due to concerns about parental permission and potential legal challenges.
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