📱Oklahoma HB 1050

Issue: Device Filters

Latest Action: Failed to cross over before the legislature went into recess on May 26, 2023

A retailer that manufactures, sells, offers for sale, leases, or distributes an Internet-enabled device shall ensure that the product is equipped with an active and operating filter prior to sale that blocks by default websites that:

  1. Are known to facilitate human trafficking or prostitution;
  2. Display child pornography, revenge pornography, or obscene material harmful to minors.

A retailer of an Internet-enabled device shall deactivate the filter after a consumer:

  1. Requests that the capability be disabled;
  2. Presents personal identification information to verify that the consumer is eighteen (18) years of age or older;
  3. Acknowledges receiving a warning regarding the potential danger of deactivating the filter; and
  4. Pays a one-time filter deactivation fee of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) to the retailer who shall then be required to remit the
    filter deactivation fee on a quarterly basis to the Oklahoma Tax Commission to be deposited into the Oklahoma Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Grant Fund

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Bill Status
  • Introduced
  • Passed First Committee
  • Passed First Chamber
  • Passed Both Committees
  • Passed Both Chambers
  • Enacted

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