Across America: Oklahoma considers banning minors from social media

Young children in Oklahoma could soon be banned from using certain social media platforms. A bill banning minors under 16 years old just passed in the state's House. If it passes in the Senate, those between 16 and 18 years old will need parental consent. The bill also mandates social media companies to require age verification. If they don't, they could face a fine of $2,500.

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