Legislation championed by Attorney General Biden, national authorities on the law, and state legislative leaders which strengthens the fight against human trafficking was enacted in a signing ceremony this afternoon in Legislative Hall.
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Delaware’s children now have stronger protections from online sexual predators under legislation that was proposed by Attorney General Beau Biden and the co-chairs of the General Assembly’s Kids Caucus and signed into law today by Gov. Jack Markell.
A pair of bills proposed by Attorney General Beau Biden to make Delaware’s children safer passed the state Senate on Tuesday.
Recognizing the rapidly evolving capabilities of technology designed to mine user data online and target advertisements to specific website visitors, Rep. Darryl Scott and Attorney General Beau Biden introduced legislation Tuesday designed to protect the online privacy of children and ensure greater control over content posted online by minors.
Earlier today, Delaware Lt. Governor Matt Denn and Deputy Attorney General Patricia Dailey Lewis, Director – Family Division, presented “Unfinished Business: Implementation by Delaware Public Schools of the State’s 2012 Anti-Bullying Laws.”