TikTok, Snap, YouTube to defend how they protect kids online in congressional hearing



Tuesday’s hearing, convened by Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) in front of the Senate Commerce Committee’s consumer protection panel, is meant to drill into kids’ experiences on social media, how the company’s features and product changes affect them, and what laws may need to change to protect teens and kids.



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