The fallout from the Wall Street Journal's reporting on Instagram's negative effects on teenage mental health has stretched all the way to Washington, D.C. In the days and weeks since the Journal's reporting, we've seen lawmakers from across the political spectrum call for increased scrutiny and regulation on these Big Tech platforms, especially as they expand into new spaces and get our kids to spend more time with their screens. The scrutiny from lawmakers continued today when Facebook's global head of safety testified before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection. The focus was the now-unearthed negative effects Instagram has had on teenagers and particularly teen girls. Sara Collins, privacy policy counsel at Public Knowledge, joins None of the Above to discuss.