Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on the need for legislative updates to protect child social media influencers from financial exploitation by their parents, using New York's amended Coogan Act as a model. It highlights the inadequacies of current laws that fail to cover the unique circumstances of social media child stars and advocates for amendments that would ensure parents are held accountable and children's earnings are safeguarded.

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