Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey appeared before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about the 2020 US election and social media.
A hearing will take place Oct. 28.
The Senate Commerce committee wants the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google to appear.
Two US reps say CEO Mark Zuckerberg must immediately address threats of voter suppression and calls to violence.
"They're gonna be the next step on the road to augmented reality glasses," Mark Zuckerberg says. "And they look pretty good too."
The money will go to two nonprofit groups: the Center for Tech and Civic Life and the Center for Election
Innovation & Research.
Today's major tech stories include Zuckerberg's TikTok warning last year, TikTok suing the current administration and Audible's new cheaper monthly plan.
The president issued an executive order earlier this month targeting the popular video app TikTok.
Several Democratic senators want to hit billionaires with a onetime 60% tax on wealth gains made during the coronavirus pandemic.
Why we're about to ruin the only good part of lockdown, how China used censorship to hide the coronavirus truth, and a peek into the hidden world of competitive lockpicking.
The Stop Hate for Profit campaign will continue after July.
Commentary: The leader of the world's most powerful social network failed to defend himself and his company.