Studies show children are often negatively affected by the digital world, particularly social media. AB 320 aims to put legal restrictions in place to protect young Nevadans.
The bill would require online platforms, such as social media, websites, and apps ensure the highest levels of protections for kids visiting their site, but no specifics were given.
Maryland and Minnesota are the primary battlegrounds over so-called age-appropriate design legislation, a version of which was also briefly considered in New Mexico. A children’s privacy measure that borrows elements from the California law was introduced in New York. A related bill is likely coming to Nevada next.