AB 1687 (which enacted Civ. Code 1798.83.5 is an unconstitutional prior restraint on free speech. It required a subscription service, like IMDb, to remove from the service and any affiliated public website at a subscriber’s request, the subscriber’s age and date of birth. The statute is a prior restraint on speech that bars particular content and applies to specific speakers. It does not address commercial speech or speech that is illegal or concerns private matters. And it cannot pass the strict scrutiny test. Allegedly enacted to prevent age discrimination in the movie industry, it is overbroad, not tailored to achieving that goal by the least restrictive means–and likely would be ineffective anyway since date of birth information is widely available through other means.