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Facebook and twitter appeared on Capital Hill infront of the senate intelligence committe.
They trying hearing progress on tackling the major social network's responsibility and plan for comparing propaganda in the future.
Google was supposed to be on hand but did not show up.
Facebook Cheryl Sandberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey both spoke out about the difficulties in policing the enormous amount of content on their sites, but vowed that steps are being taken to lessen the impact of misinformation, abuse, and troll armies.
Noticibly less present in the hearings was talk about artificial intelligence, which is in contrast to last November where Congress grilled Facebook, Twitter, and Google over Russian influence The presidential election where a lot of the blame had been laid on bots and fake accounts.
The talks today focused more on customer data collection and advertising.
Finally, Vimeo has launched Vimeo stock, B-roll superstore aimed at offering royalty free stock footage for its creators.
The revenue breakdown will give contributors 60 to 70% of the money, which Vimeo says is much better than the industry average.
You can check out Vimeo's stock right now, with pricing starting at $79 for HD [UNKNOWN] video.
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