After banning Twitter, the Nigerian government has planned to use Koo, a Bengaluru-based microblogging startup. Recently, Twitter took down Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari’s tweet citing violation of behaviour policy which sparked the argument between Twitter and Nigerian government. Talking about lifting the ban on Twitter, Nigerian minister Lai Mohammad said, "First and Foremost, Twitter must register as a company in Nigeria". Koo… read-more
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
Indian microblogging platform 'Koo' is focusing on its expansion in Nigeria after Twitter faced a ban in the African country. “@kooindia is available in Nigeria. We’re thinking of enabling the local languages there too. What say?” company’s co-founder and CEO Aprameya Radhakrishna stated. The Nigerian government banned Twitter on June 4 after the US-based micro-blogging… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Former US President Donald Trump has announced to launch his own social media space on his website, months after being banned from several platforms. Contents of the new space named "From The Desk Of Donald J. Trump" will not feature his previous Twitter and Facebook posts but can be shared on both the platforms. Twitter has stated that it would allow sharing of Trump's thoughts given they are not provocative.