SACRAMENTO — California will be the first state to require online companies to put kids’ safety first by barring them from profiling children or using personal information in ways that could harm children physically or mentally, Gov. Gavin Newsom said, Thursday.

“We’re taking aggressive action in California to protect the health and wellbeing of our kids,” Newsom said in a statement announcing that he had signed the bill. He noted that as a father of four, “I’m familiar with the real issues our children are experiencing online.”

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Jimzan 2.0

Newsom has another "great policy"...If only the elections were "monthly" ... Then maybe the Woke Gov. would fly right all the time...but after the elections are over...its back to being an Idiot for Newsom.

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