RAADR, Inc. (OTCPINK: RDAR), a technology and software development company that provides cutting edge solutions to detect and combat cyber-bullying and cyber-harassment throughout the internet on social media platforms announced today that Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed two bills at the Capitol building in Salt Lake City on March 23, 2023. Children and teens in Utah would lose access to social media apps such as TikTok if they don’t have parental consent and face other restrictions under a first-in-the-nation law designed to shield young people from the addictive platforms
RAADR Inc is a software development and technology company that is involved in providing advanced solutions for the detection and prevention of cyber-bullying and cyber harassment on social media platforms. In an age when people are increasingly active on social media, it is an important product that is being provided by the company.
The company got a major boost recently after Spencer Cox, the Governor of Utah signed a pair of bills to protect children from the harmful effects of social media usage. The bills in question were signed last week on March 23, 2023. As per the provisions of the bills, teenagers and children in the state are going to lose access to addictive social media platforms like TikTok if they do not have the consent of their parents.
Other restrictions may also be put in place. It is the first of its kind law in the United States and would also bar children under the age of 18 from accessing social media between 10-30 pm and 6-30 am. RAADR noted yesterday that it was a brilliant step that could also help in the prevention of cyberbullying and cyber harassment.
These laws get parents directly involved in the matter of social media usage by children. RAADR already came up with a free app that helps parents, schools, and law enforcement personnel with monitoring bullying and other forms of threatening actions on social media. It is going to be interesting to see if the law leads to any positive press for RAADR or not.