Dana Wollman, executive editor at Engadget, and Michael Simon, writer for PC World, discuss the first day of testimony after executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google sat before a Senate Judiciary Committee on Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Dana says she was surprised by the contentious moment between Senator Al Franken (D-MN) and Facebook's representative over Russia using rubles to purchase ads. Franken pushed Facebook's General Counsel on why the company did not suspect foul play when ads were being purchased with a foreign currency. In terms of what's ahead for Day 2, Michael notes that he expects it to be more about the path forward for the social networks and how they will prevent the spread of misinformation again. Simon also notes that in terms of the regulations that could be placed upon the social networks, the companies are most concerned about their bottom line. Facebook's bread and butter is advertising and if the way in which it does that has to change, it could impact revenue.