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U.S. Senate talks social media risks to kids—what should be done?

Social media CEOs recently testified on Capitol Hill before a committee about the risks their products pose to young people.

During the U.S. Senate hearing that focused on the impact that social media has on children, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg stood up and apologized to families in the hearing room who lost loved ones.


Despite both parties’ grilling the executive and agreeing that the tech is affecting society—Congress has yet to pass meaningful legislation to regulate social media companies.

Maureen Flatley from the advocacy group, Stop Child Predators, joins Veronica Dudo to discuss. #IN AMERICA TODAY #featured #senate #tech #childsafety #techsafety #onine #socialmedia



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