Techdirt Podcast Episode 328: The Problems With The California Kids’ Code

from the there-are-many dept

We’ve got one more cross-post episode this week. If you’ve been following Techdirt recently, you’ve surely heard about California’s recently-passed bill, the Age Appropriate Design Code, and all its massive problems. Recently, Mike appeared on This Week In Google to discuss these problems, and you can listen to the whole conversation on this week’s episode of the Techdirt Podcast.

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When I am in Mexico, I only have to obey Mexican laws while I am down there, and is it not illegal in Mexico for me do to that to get my iHeart or YouTube Music playlists when I am down there.

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