New bipartisan bill proposes social media ban for kids under 13

A measure from both parties would forbid children under 13 from using social media.

The measure aims to safeguard children's privacy and safety online.

The proposed law would make parental permission necessary for children between the ages of 13 and 15 to access social media.

Critics contend that the legislation might not adequately protect children.

Many parents desire increased oversight of their kids' social media usage.

Some parents worry about online predators and cyberbullying.

Legislators and experts have reacted differently to the measure.

The bill's success is unknown, but it may have a big impact on families and social media businesses.

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