News

  • Pluribus News

    Sparks fly over kids’ online privacy

    A re-tooled push to pass U.K.-inspired online privacy protections for kids is testing the resolve and patience of state lawmakers, as the tech industry presses the case that the proposals are unconstitutional.

  • VT Digger

    Vermont lawmakers are taking on Big Tech

    Ram Hinsdale is the lead sponsor of S.289, Vermont’s version of a bill being spearheaded in six other state Legislatures by the national advocacy group Kids Code Coalition. The California state Legislature passed its version of the bill in 2022.

  • WCAX 3

    Vermont Kids Code pushes for internet safety

    A new bill is pushing for greater protections for kids online in the Vermont state legislature this session. We talk to the co-sponsors of this legislation about why this matters right now.

  • Deerfield Valley News

    Legislation to make technology safer

    Sen. Kesha Ram Hinsdale and Rep. Monique Priestley recently announced their sponsorship and introduction of the Vermont Kids Code, legislation to make technology safer for young users and protect their privacy.

  • Rutland Herald

    Capitol Beat

    Sen. Kesha Ram Hinsdale, of the Chittenden Southeast District, and Rep. Monique Priestley, of Orange 2, announced sponsorship and introduction of the Vermont Kids Code, legislation to make technology safer for young users and protect their privacy.