A new law passed in Utah stipulates that children will not be able to use social networks at night unless they receive parental consent. So, getting on the platform will not work from 22:30 pm to 6:30 am. The corresponding law was passed by Republican Governor Spencer Cox, The Associated Press wrote .

Children will be able to enter social networks only with the permission of their parents. Also, according to the new law, parents must access their children’s accounts.

In addition, minors will have the opportunity to file lawsuits against media resources if they can prove the damage they caused them.

The Associated Press journalists note that the laws should come into force in a year. Until then, they are likely to be challenged by representatives of social networks.

Earlier, the Advisory Council on Trust and Security was dissolved on Twitter. It included members of about a hundred independent public, human rights and other organizations.

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