In order to prevent children from being addicted to smartphones, a group of Colorado State of America has demanded a ban on the sale of smartphones to children under the age of 13 years. Monday’s report of USA Today said that Tim Farnam, founder of Nonprofit Parents Again Under Smartphones or PAUS, has led the proposed Vallet Initiative in Colorado.
They have proposed that neither smartphones should be sold to children under the age of 13 years nor should parents sell smartphones, who go to buy a smartphone for children under 13 years of age .
Under this proposal, retailers will have to submit their report to the state government that they had examined and questioned before selling a smartphone.
It also states that penalty should be imposed on retail vendors, which are repeatedly selling phones to children.
But many people have also opposed this idea. They say that their parents have the right to decide whether children should use a smartphone or not.
Colorado Senator John Kefalls, in reference to D-Fort Collins, have been told that they say that they can understand the reason behind this proposed law, but they believe that implementing it in the private life of a family Interrupting.