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  1. Nov 18, 2021 · Koo formally known as “Ku Koo Ku” was introduced in India last year in August. It got into the limelight after winning the government’s Atmanirbhar App Innovation Challenge. According to the Indian Express, it is commonly known as the Indian Twitter. Also Read: Nigeria orders Radios, TV stations to deactivate Twitter accounts

  2. Jun 05, 2021 · New Delhi: Indian microblogging site Koo is already in Nigeria, and is now looking to expand there to fill a void that has been created by the government suspending Twitter indefinitely. Twitter had taken down a tweet of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's as it was allegedly in violation of the company's abusive behaviour policy.

  3. Aug 20, 2021 · Buhari Government's Endorsement Of Indian App, Koo After Twitter Ban Was To Suppress Free Expression—US Think Tank CFR added that the suppression of the Nigerian media seems to be a desperate ...

  4. Jun 10, 2021 · Government of Nigeria joins Koo after banning Twitter. Co-founder of Koo, Aprameya Radhakrishna tweeted a ‘warm welcome’ to the official handle of the Government of Nigeria. Tagging Mayank Bidawakta, his partner in setting up the app, he expressed delight about the platform ‘spreading wings beyond India’.

  5. Nov 16, 2021 · Koo has risen to prominence on the country’s social media scene after months of disputes between Indian authorities and technology companies, including Twitter and Facebook.

  6. Jun 16, 2021 · Having lost the Intermediary tag, Twitter will now be liable for action under the Indian Penal Code for third party unlawful content. On Wednesday, Koo co-founder Aprameya Radhakrishna explained the importance of the intermediary status for social media platforms and the downside of losing one in such circumstances.

  7. Aug 20, 2021 · The Centre took issue with Twitter in February after it failed to take down accounts and posts accused of spreading misinformation about the ongoing farmers’ protest. Following this, several ministers promoted the Indian microblogging platform Koo and its downloads surged.

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