Twitter, Inc. (TWTR)
$35.40 0.18 (0.51%)
8:05 EDT TWTR Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $35.22
Market Cap 26.64B
PE Ratio 1,770.00
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2,675
Day's Range 34.92 - 35.38
52-Week Range 26.19 - 46.90
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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WASHINGTON - Executives of Facebook, Google and Twitter faced questioning by a House panel Wednesday on their efforts to stanch terrorist content and viral misinformation on their social media services. The tech giants are stepping up safety measures to prevent disinformation online. Lawmakers and tech industry executives are concerned that the Democratic presidential debates this week could be targeted by Russian or other hostile parties to foment political conflict using social media, as happened in 2016. U.S. intelligence officials have determined that Russia carried out a sweeping political disinformation campaign on social media to influence the election, and they have repeatedly warned about the threat of foreign meddling in American politics, especially ahead of elections. "As the presidential debates begin, we are building on our efforts to protect the public conversation and enforce our policies against platform manipulation," Twitter said Wednesday. "It's always an election year on Twitter." Facebook said it will have "a dedicated team proactively monitoring for threats as well as investigating any reports of abuse in real time in the lead up to, during and following the debates." The hearing by the Homeland Security Committee was prompted by the mosque shootings in New Zealand in March that killed 50 people, attributed to a self-professed white supremacist who live-streamed the attacks on Facebook. Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the panel's chairman, noted that the live-streamed massacre occurred nearly two years after Facebook, Twitter, Google and other big tech companies established a global internet forum to fight the spread of online terrorist content. "I want to know how you will prevent content like the New Zealand attack video...
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