Legislators have questions for Zuckerberg and other tech CEOs.
A group of more than 30 lawmakers are reported to have sent a letter to several tech CEOs demanding that their platforms do more to combat climate change misinformation.
MEP Donald McEachin, a Virginia Democrat, wrote a letter Monday to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and a report from E&E News on Monday CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, organized.
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"Given the consequences of doing nothing about climate change, which is becoming increasingly catastrophic and worse, we believe that you have a responsibility to your users to stop those who try to blur the lines between climate science facts and pseudoscientists," he says the letter. I also say that "the broader safeguards you have taken have not sufficiently stopped the deluge of climate change disinformation online."
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Reddit did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The McEachin office also didn't respond immediately.
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