Lawmakers Urge Facebook Not To Create Instagram Platform For Children
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The Senate Commerce Committee holds a hearing entitled, “Protecting Kids Online: Internet Privacy and Manipulative Marketing” in the video published on May 18, 2021, “Senate Commerce Hearing Examines Manipulative Practices Of Tiktok & Facebook On Child Privacy“, below:
Senator Blumenthal states, “No company should be allowed to collect permanent invasive dossier on our children.”
In the video published on May 19, 2021, “Lawmakers urge Facebook not to create Instagram platform for children“, below:
In the video published on May 10, 2021, “44 Attorneys General Urge Facebook To Stop Working On Instagram For Kids“, below:
In the video published on May 13, 2021, “44 state attorneys general oppose ‘Instagram Kids’“, below:
44 State Attorneys General are joining together to urge Facebook to abandon plans for an Instagram for kids. They expressed concerns about children’s physical and mental health safety online and uncertainty about Facebook’s ability to “protect the safety and privacy of children on its platform.” Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost weigh in on the backlash Facebook is receiving, in the video published on May 11, 2021, “Backlash Over Facebook’s Plan To Build Instagram For Kids“, below:
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