Florida House Speaker Paul Renner said it was necessary to address the harmful effects of social media on children’s development and well-being.

The bill would require major companies to “permanently delete” personal information collected from their accounts and allow parents to pursue civil lawsuits against companies that fail to comply. The bill will now be presented to the Florida Senate for consideration.

Supporters of the bill say it aims to protect young children from mental health problems associated with excessive social media use, including depression and anxiety. But critics say the bill is “overly broad” and advocate for less stringent measures such as allowing parents to decide whether to let their children use social media.

Source: Ferra

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