After whistleblower's testimony, how might US lawmakers regulate Facebook?

Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen spent hours testifying to a US Senate committee on Tuesday, accusing the social media giant of pursing profits over safety. She called on lawmakers to pursue stricter oversight of technology companies, but what options does Congress have? We examine the current avenues of regulation that could be beefed up. Also today, unions representing hospitality workers in France call for a pay rise to combat the severe shortage of staff in the sector.

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