Controversy has arisen many times in the country regarding Twitter. Whether it is a matter of wrong and objectionable use of the platform with the central government or suspending the account of a celebrity and politician, Twitter has been fighting its legal battle in India for a long time. However, this time the co-founder CEO of indigenous micro-blogging platform Ku, Apramaya Radhakrishna has taken a jibe on Twitter and without taking names, has spoken about the truth of foreign social media coming in front of the people.
Indeed billionaire Elon Musk asked on Twitter whether people believed the social media giant “strictly adheres to” the principle of free speech. After this question asked in answer to yes or no in a poll, he tweeted another, warning people that the results of this vote will be important.
Free speech is essential to a functioning democracy.
Do you believe Twitter rigorously adheres to this principle?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 25, 2022
In response, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, who stepped down as the company’s CEO last November, said “the choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to all”.
The choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to everyone https://t.co/o2DkSTWW0O
— jack⚡️ (@jack) March 25, 2022
Although on this tweet of Musk, Amrupaya gave a simple reply on Twitter, but did not forget to circle Twitter while capturing the screen shot of Musk’s tweet. Sharing Ku, Radhakrishna said, “While the world is discovering the truth about foreign social media, all Ku users have already made the right choice! Let’s grow the people of the Ku community!”
Obviously, Ku’s interface is similar to that of its rival Twitter, allowing users to categorize their posts with hashtags and tag other users in mentions or replies. Kuo uses a yellow and white interface and a yellow bird is its logo. A blue bird is also seen in the Twitter logo.