New California law lets teens erase social media posts
Teens, it seems, don't have a really good grasp on how the things that they put out there in the online world could come back to bite them.
Experts always caution people that their digital footprints could hurt their career aspirations or event haunt them during divorce proceedings.
Well, minors in California will soon be able to erase anything they might not like from their digital past.
New legislation signed this week in California will let residents under the age of 18 request the removal social media posts that they don't like.