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Social media bosses testify at US Senate on efforts to protect children online

By France24
04 February 2024   |   8:30 am
Ms Yaccarino, as well as Discord boss Jason Citron and Snap chief Evan Spiegel, received subpoenas - a legal order - before agreeing to appear at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Mr Zuckerberg and TikTok chief executive Shou Zi Chew voluntarily agreed to testify.

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