Twitter stock loses nearly 25% in market value ever since it started interfering in Indian political affairs
The war with sovereign nations has hit Twitter financially as share prices of the micro-blogging site have taken a hit
Twitter India MD told Delhi Police he does not know directors and owner of his company, details of his boss: Feigning ignorance or...
Twitter India MD Manish Maheshwari said he does know who owns Twitter India, and which company his boss Yu Sasamoto belongs to
Giant hypocrite: Activist confronts Twitter CEO over censorship, asks why he ‘hates Jews and Conservatives’. Watch
"Bitcoin is all about decentralisation. You have no right to be here," she lambasted the Twitter CEO," she lambasted the Twitter CEO.
Twitter chief Jack Dorsey donates to RSS-affiliate NGO Sewa to help in COVID relief in India, ‘liberals’ fume
Along with Sewa, Jack also donated to CARE and AIDINDIA to help fight the pandemic in India.
Tyranny of big-tech: Twitter won’t allow the US National Archives to merely host Trump’s old tweets on the platform
Twitter will not permit the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration to make Donald Trump old tweets available
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits suppressing explosive Hunter Biden story of NY Post was a mistake, downplays it as “process error”
The Post had published a story about email conversations between a Ukrainian executive and Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Although Twitter registered an operating income of $27 million, it showed a net loss due to interest and tax liabilities
Twitter puts its own rules above Indian laws and refuses to block media accounts despite inciting violence, minister RS Prasad refuses to meet its...
Twitter claimed 'press freedom' to refuse blocking accounts, but Indian constitution does not have special privilege for media
Government takes note of Twitter going public with their ‘defiance’, posts response on Twitter alternative Koo
Interestingly, the Modi government has chosen to issue this particular statement on the relatively new app - 'Koo', which itself it is a testament that the government is not happy with the defiance showed by a foreign private entity like Twitter.