Do We Need Laws to Help Curb our Social Media Addiction?

If his Social Media Addiction Reduction Technology Act (SMART Act) becomes law, your social media experience will be littered with authoritarian pop-ups imploring you to maintain 30-minute time limits and instead of easy-to-use scrolls, your feeds will turn into click-controlled social media rations. In short, your social media experience will become so annoying and static that you may, in fact, start using it less. So, Hawley will win, but you, and, especially, social media, will lose.

Source: Do We Need Laws to Help Curb our Social Media Addiction?

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Where in the Constitution does it make Gooferment the arbiter of how social media should work? Are “We, The Sheeple” just little children to be “protected” from their own choices. What’s next an “Eat Your Vegetables” Act? Argh!

https://buff.ly/33pbV0q #unconstitutional #Nannystatism #NOTSMART

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