Lawmakers ask tech execs to testify again, Facebook, Instagram add digital detox tools
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It looks like Google, Facebook and Twitter will be headed back to Capital Hill.
Sundar Pichai, Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey have been invited to testify before the US Senate Intelligence committee about Russian meddling in the 2016 16 presidential election.
Senator Mark Warner says, the committee wants to hear about each companies plans in place to prevent coordinated disinformation campaigns.
The hearing takes place on September fifth.
Speaking of Facebook, the company implemented updates to help users limit how much time they spent on its apps.
Facebook and Instagram received tools that allow users to see how much time they spend using
Using each app, as well as the ability to set daily limits.
It features Chrome as tech companies grapple with how to handle digital detox for its users.
And finally Tesla's second quarter earnings are in.
The company reported automotive revenue of approximately $3.4 biliion last quarter coming off of meeting its qual of producing five thousand model 3 vehicles a week.
Tesla remains confident it will turn a profit in Q3 and Q4 with a 6,000 a week model through production goal by end of August, and a 10,000 a week production goal by end of year.
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