Do school districts in states such as Washington and New Jersey have a valid claim against social media companies for inflicting harm on adolescents’ mental health?
A New Jersey school district’s suit against operators of Instagram, TikTok and other platforms popular with teenagers is the latest sign that social media companies should expect a crop of lawsuits from public school systems.
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