The publication claims that on Monday, March 25, Governor DeSantis signed the legislation. A social media account ban for children under 14 will apply to the state if the bill passes without facing any legal challenges. Furthermore, according to NBC News, children who are 14 or 15 years old and wish to use a social media platform would need parental consent. The source also said social media companies would be ordered to remove accounts belonging to people under the age of 14. According to reports, the corporation might be sued and held accountable for up to $50,000 for each infraction if they don’t comply. The bill is scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2025, according to AP News. “A child’s developing brain prevents them from being able to understand that they are being drawn into these addicting technologies.

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