Robert Jackson, one of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s four commissioners, said the agency should consider publishing new guidance on chief executives’ use of social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, in the wake of controversies involving Tesla founder Elon Musk.
“Without prejudging a particular matter, it might be time for us to come forward and say, here are some principles of this game,” said Jackson, a Donald Trump appointee and a Democrat, speaking at an industry conference on Thursday.
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