The bill would have allowed parents to restrict their children’s personal information and adults to restrict their own on social networking sites. Facebook, Twitter and others lobbied against the measure.
Reporting from Sacramento — A push by law enforcement and consumer groups to allow parents to restrict their children’s personal information on social networking sites and limit disclosure about adults has stalled in the Legislature amid aggressive lobbying by Facebook, Google, Twitter and other firms.
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