Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, executives from social media giants, Snapchat, TikTok, and YouTube appeared before the us Senate to testify about how each company protects its younger users. Executives from the three platforms spoke about the importance of child safety, upcoming initiatives to better engage parents and how their sophisticated artificial intelligence systems work to combat harmful content. The hearing comes amid heightened [00:00:30] scrutiny of social media giant Facebook us president Joe Biden has nominated Jessica Rosen. Wassel the acting chairwoman of the federal communications commission to be the ahead of the agency. If Biden's FCC nominees are confirmed, the agency is expected to begin restoring net neutrality rules. Those rules prohibit internet providers from blocking or slowing down internet traffic, and finally, in an effort to boost electric vehicle adoption GM announced it [00:01:00] would begin work on adding 40,000 EV chargers across the us and Canada. The initiative aims to add chargers to underserved locations, both urban and rural. The chargers will not be restricted to GM's EV fleet though. Instead they will be open to all electric vehicles. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.