Ohio's parental notification law on social media on hold indefinitely
Judge blocks Ohio law requiring parental permission for kids to use social media
A federal judge has indefinitely blocked Ohio's law requiring parents to sign off on their teen's new social media accounts.
Chief U.S. District Judge Algenon L. Marbley granted a preliminary injunction Monday, preventing the law from taking effect while attorneys debate whether Ohio can restrict childrens' access to social media. He concluded that Ohio's law would violate minors' First Amendment rights.
The law, which was set to …