Social media executives testified on Wednesday that they are determined to keep terrorist content off their sites, but the members of Congress who summoned them had doubts.
The House Committee on Homeland Security heard testimony from representatives of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
“On terrorist content our view is simple: There is no space on Facebook for terrorists,” Monika Bickert of Facebook told the committee.
However, committee chair Bennie Thompson said social media platforms have proven “they were unable to comply” with demands to control content.Continue Reading Social media execs want terrorist content off their sites. Lawmakers see little progress