But, for minors who might not know better, Governor Jerry Brown thinks they should be let off the hook. According to The Verge, Brown signed a piece of legislation today that will change the way underage kiddos approach Internet usage. At their request, with seemingly one swipe of a button, their online information can and will be moved off the Interweb.
Basically, this law (going into effect in 2015) will allow minors the chance to hit the do-over button on their digital identity if they've made any, ahem, snafus. One loophole: The data just goes offline, leaving it in company servers, so it doesn’t vanish entirely. So, unfortunately, that twerking video will still exist...somewhere.