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Days after banning Twitter, Nigerian govt debuts on Indian micro-blogging platform Koo

On Thursday, the Federal Government of Nigeria opened its account on Koo and posted several posts on the platform

Twitter only significant social media platform yet to follow intermediary rules, others have complied, ministry sources say: Details

Ministry sources have informed that Twitter is the only significant social media platform that is yet to abide by Indian laws.

Twitter, Facebook fail to comply with new social media rules issued by govt, may be liable for criminal action

Social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and others have failed to comply with the new legal rules issued by the government.

Inching closer to Aatmanirbharta, Chinese investor gives up minority stake in made-in-India Twitter alternative Koo

Chinese venture capital firm, Shunwei gives up its 9% stake in Koo to exit the company completely

After thousands start migrating to Koo from Twitter, co-founder Aprameya says single-digit Chinese investor to exit

Many raised questions over the 'Chinese' investor in Koo. However, Koo founder Aprameya cleared the doubts.

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.

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