Tech companies sue Ohio over law on parental consent

COLUMBUS: A trade group representing TikTok, Snapchat, Meta and other major tech companies sued Ohio on Friday over a pending law that requires children to get parental consent to use social media apps.
The law was part of an $86.1 billion state budget bill that Republican Gov Mike DeWine signed into law in July. It’s set to take effect January 15. The administration pushed the measure as a way to protect children’s mental health.
The NetChoice trade group filed its lawsuit against GOP attorney general Dave Yost in US district court for the southern district of Ohio. It seeks to block the law from taking effect.
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