South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham criticized tech CEOs for their content-moderation decisions and lawsuits, calling for the repeal of Section 230.

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel is set to testify to lawmakers about the company's privacy measures, educational content, and support for the Kids Online Safety Act.

Discord CEO Jason Citron claimed that law enforcement can access user messages due to the platform's non-scrambling feature, despite the significance of encryption.

TikTok CEO Shou Chew plans to invest $2 billion in trust and safety efforts in 2024, focusing on the US market, with over 40,000 workers worldwide.

The hearing on social media criticism shows bipartisan support among lawmakers, despite differing political philosophies, but Congress hasn't passed legislation to regulate social media companies.

CEOs testify about their parental roles, demonstrating deep concern for child safety on their platforms, while Zuckerberg does not mention his role as a father.

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham is suing Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for wrongful death, gross negligence, and other claims, despite Meta's claims of numerous safety tools.

Minnesota Democrat Sen. Amy Klobuchar urges CEOs to endorse bills to address social media harm, including the Cooper Davis Act, which requires platforms to report drug trafficking instances.