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Should government agencies place greater controls on the use of social media for people under the age of 21?

  • The Toddlers, the Children, the Youth

    People are forgetting how to have an actual conversation with another person. People are losing their lives in video games and social media. Kids are addicted to games that their parents show them to stop their crying. I would rather have a child who knew how to communicate than one who lived on a screen. Let's limit their screen time and increase their lives in reality.

    The children are learning pornography. Their lives are filled with filth. Let's stop it. Let's live a clean life with happiness and joy.

    Be careful how you use social media.

  • The Toddlers, the Children, the Youth

    People are forgetting how to have an actual conversation with another person. People are losing their lives in video games and social media. Kids are addicted to games that their parents show them to stop their crying. I would rather have a child who knew how to communicate than one who lived on a screen. Let's limit their screen time and increase their lives in reality.

    The children are learning pornography. Their lives are filled with filth. Let's stop it. Let's live a clean life with happiness and joy.

    Be careful how you use social media.

  • Kids don't understand that the internet is forever.



    There has to be a way to limit children’s use of social
    media sites. Maybe we should have one
    version of a website for people over 21, and another version for people under
    the age of 21. Children don’t understand
    that the half-naked picture taken today could limit job opportunities 10 years
    in the future.


  • Government Stay Out

    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the government from infringing on citizens' freedom of speech. Protected speech unquestionably includes self expression through social media, and there is no compelling justification for government agencies to ignore the first amendment with respect to younger citizens' use of social media.


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