‘I am sorry’: Sen. Hawley gets Zuckerberg to apologize for youth sexually exploited online

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The Kansas City Star

Sen. Josh Hawley on Wednesday asked Facebook leader and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg to apologize to the families of young Americans who were harmed or died by suicide after online child sexual exploitation on social media. In a heated exchange during a U.S. Senate hearing, Hawley, a Missouri Republican, asked Zuckerberg if he had taken any action to fire employees, provide compensation to victims or apologize to the families of people who were harmed by posts on social media sites. Zuckerberg then stood up, turned to an audience holding up pictures of their loved ones, and apologized. “I am sorry…

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