Teens that belatedly realize that they posted, tweeted, or texted something really, really stupid may now have a way to fix things ‒ at least if they live in California.  Last month, California enacted Senate Bill No. 568 that requires operators of websites, online services, and online and mobile applications to remove content posted or sent by minors under 18 if the minors request it, and to give notice to minors that they can remove this content.  In addition, operators of sites, services and apps that are specifically aimed at minors or that have actual knowledge that minors are users may not advertise certain products or services.