From left, Twitter's acting General Counsel Sean Edgett, Facebook's General Counsel Colin Stretch and Google’s General Counsel Kent Walker testify before a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
From left, Twitter's acting General Counsel Sean Edgett, Facebook's General Counsel Colin Stretch and Google’s General Counsel Kent Walker testify before a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP
From left, Twitter's acting General Counsel Sean Edgett, Facebook's General Counsel Colin Stretch and Google’s General Counsel Kent Walker testify before a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP

It’s tempting, but regulation isn’t the best way to rid Facebook, Twitter of fake news

November 01, 2017 05:12 PM

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