The US Senate is holding a hearing to find out the...

The US Senate is holding a hearing to find out the...
The US Senate is holding a hearing to find out the...
A US Senate committee said the Senate will hold a hearing on October 26 with tech companies Snapchat, TikTok, Alphabet and YouTube on the impact of their platforms on young users.

“Recent discoveries about the harm done to children online show that big tech is facing the big tobacco moment — a moment of reckoning,” said Senator Richard Blumenthal, who chairs the Senate Trade Consumer Protection Subcommittee holding the hearing.

“We need to understand the impact of popular platforms like Snapchat, TikTok and YouTube on children and what companies can do best to keep them safe,” he said.

“TikTok, Snapchat, and YouTube all play a leading role in exposing children to harmful content,” Senator Marcia Blackburn, the ranking Republican member of the subcommittee, said. TikTok and YouTube confirmed that they will be participating.

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