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Twitter, Facebook and Alphabet CEOs testify before US Senate | Money Talks

The chief executives of Twitter, Facebook and Alphabet are urging US lawmakers not to repeal a law that protects social media companies from being sued for inappropriate content. The tech giants are coming under fire from both sides of the aisle. Republicans argue they're censoring conservative views, while Democrats say they're not doing enough to rein-in misinformation and hate speech. Mobin Nasir reports. David Papp is an independent technology and cybersecurity specialist, he spoke to us from Edmonton, Canada. #Twitter #Facebook #Alphabet #USsenate

US tech giants report quarterly earnings | Money Talks

US tech giants report quarterly earnings | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

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