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Georgia kids would need parental permission to join social media if Senate Republicans get their way
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This combination of 2017-2022 photos shows the logos of Facebook, YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat on mobile devices. Two top Republicans in the Georgia Senate say they will seek to pass a law in 2024 requiring social media companies to obtain a parent's permission for children to sign up for accounts. (AP Photo/File)
ATLANTA — Georgia could join other states requiring children to have their parents' explicit permission to create social media accounts.
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