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The Dilemma

Big Tech companies remain largely unregulated, yet continue to negatively impact the lives of their users, including millions under the age of 18.

Problematic Portrayal

These younger, unprotected social media users are portrayed as passive victims. While we can’t yet hold seats in government, we can influence the decisions being made for us.

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Tech(nically) Politics was started by two teens who believe in the power of youth storytelling. The movement collects video tech stories from teens in order to push forward legislation on Big Tech companies.

We want you to share your personal story with technology and social media, and your wishes for the future of tech. By sharing a social media experience, you are making your mark on democracy and our digital world. 

WE ARE LIVING THROUGH THE PROBLEM
BUT YOU CAN BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.

We want you, members of Gen Z, to share your personal story with technology and social media, and your wishes for the future of tech regulation. Click the buttons below to learn more about the Tech(nically) Politics movement and to submit your video testimonial today!

We need your help. Join us in urging Members of the State Assembly to support the Californ