Utah enacts laws requiring parental permission for teens to use social media

  • Utah’s governor has passed two bills that could affect how teens use social media apps.
  • Companies like Meta, Snap and TikTok must obtain parental permission before teens can create accounts on their platforms.
  • The laws also require curfew, parental controls and age verification features.


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