Un juez bloquea la ley que exige el consentimiento paterno para que los niños utilicen las redes sociales


ederal judge has blocked an Arkansas law that requires children under 18 to get parental consent before accessing most social media websites — finding the law is likely unconstitutional. Ju


ge Timothy Brooks of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas granted tech lobbying group NetChoice’s request to stop the law from going into effect on Sept. 1. NetChoice, whose members include Meta, Google and TikTok, sued the state’s attorney general in June saying the law violates the First Amendment. Un


onstitutional law: Brooks said in his 50-page ruling that NetChoice is likely to succeed in showing the

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