New French law to protect child social media stars


The French parliament has approved new legislation regulating the activities of under-16s who earn income as so-called “influencers” on social media, limiting the number of hours they dedicate to the role, protecting their earnings and enshrining their right to eventually remove their presence from online platforms.

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France has introduced a new law to protect young social media stars, reports BBC News.