Parental concerns over enforcement of children’s social media bans rise as the issue approaches a vote in the Florida House.

The use of social media is something that Rene, who is 12 years old, considers to be an enjoyable activity. During an interview with News 6, she revealed that she takes pleasure in spending her time in that manner when she is not going out with her friends. When asked about it, she replied, “Yes, I do use it, but not while I’m at school.” As soon as I arrive home, I immediately begin reading on Wattpad, Pinterest, and TikTok.

On the other hand, a new law in Florida might make that different after it is passed. On Wednesday afternoon, it is probable that the Florida House of Representatives will vote to approve House Bill 1, also known as HB 1, which would make it illegal for minors under the age of 16 to access social media.

Rene’s mother, Erica Carcagente, is of the opinion that it should be up to the parents to decide how much time their children spend on social media. She believes that this decision should be made by the parents. It appears to me that the decision ought to be left up to the parents to choose.

I have no idea how they are going to handle something like that because youngsters can always get along with one another and just lie about their birthday anyway, so I have no idea how something like that could be handled,” Carcagente added. “I have no idea how they are going to handle anything like that.”

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