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Instagram Chief Grilled at Senate Hearing: 'Our Kids Aren't Cash Cows'

Adam Mosseri testified before a Senate subcommittee on Wednesday on what Instagram was doing to better protect teens on the platform. In his first Congressional hearing, he called for the creation of an industry body to help oversee such protections, announced that the social app would soon support a chronological feed in 2022, and said Facebook didn't completely shelve plans for a Instagram for kids app. Here are key takeaways from Mosseri's testimony.

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    Recap of Adam Mosseri's Senate Testimony

    Instagram chief testifies before Congress for the first time: 5 takeaways
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    Instagram chief testifies before Congress for the first time: 5 takeaways

    Lawmakers express intense distrust as Adam Mosseri repeatedly affirms the company's commitment to the safety of young users.

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