TikTok, Snap and Youtube Testify

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UCLA Associate Professor Safiya Noble and Techonomy Founder David Kirkpatrick join Emily Chang to discuss the congressional testimony from executives about keeping kids safe online. They discuss the impact of social media on teens and kids, the need for regulation of big tech, and Facebook’s potential name change.


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