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  • Congress Grills TikTok CEO On Privacy, Content Moderation
    "Americans' data is not safe, and Big Tech is doing nothing to protect it," Rep. Greg Pence (R-Indiana) told TikTok CEO Shou Chew.
  • Iowa Passes Privacy Bill Backed By Tech Industry
    Advocacy group Consumer Reports is urging Iowa's governor to veto the bill, arguing it "represents a wishlist of industry-sought provisions."
  • FTC Eyes Social Platforms Over Scam Ads
    The FTC will vote next week on whether to demand information about fake ads from eight social media and video platforms, according to a tentative agenda for the meeting.
  • FTC Fines Therapy App $7.8 Million Over Privacy
    Online therapy app BetterHelp allegedly shared sensitive information about consumers' mental health with tech companies for ad purposes, the FTC alleges.
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