North Carolina to get new law requiring ID to use photo services
North Carolina is set to roll out new laws that require people to present photo identification at all times to use its social media networks and photo editing services.
The state will go into effect on Friday, June 13, 2018.
The new requirements will apply to anyone who logs into Facebook, Instagram and other services to view content and create accounts.
It will also apply to any business that wants to hire a freelancer, such as a photo editor or video maker, or a photographer, such in the photo department.
The requirement will be in effect for two years.
North Carolina is one of seven states that has recently passed new photo ID requirements, which the state said will be implemented in a way that will protect the privacy of all residents.
It’s one of the most liberal states in the nation.
It’s also one of several that have sought to make their photo ID laws more stringent.