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In September 2013, the landmark eraser button bill was signed into law in California. This law requires websites and apps to permit users under 18 to remove content they've personally posted. In addition, it prohibits all advertising of harmful products that are illegal for minors to purchase (such as alcohol, tobacco, and guns) on websites and apps targeted to minors. Common Sense has been a strong supporter of the eraser button bill, and we're encouraged to see other states across the country following suit with similar bills.

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