Soon, California kids will have the right to delete things they said online

"Still, Woodrow Hartzog, a professor and privacy law expert at the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Alabama, told Ars that while the law may not be perfect, it’s better than nothing.
“While it’s true that it would be exceptionally difficult if not impossible in many instances to remove every occurrence of problematic content from the Internet, I wouldn’t be so quick to say this limitation means that the law is doomed to failure,” he told Ars."