Jack Dorsey(Search results - 9)
IndiaMay 8, 2019, 10:31 AM IST
RIP freedom of expression: Now, campaign account of TrueIndology also suspended
Taking to Facebook, TrueIndology, who chooses to remain anonymous, reacted by saying: “The mask is completely off. Twitter did not even bother to send a suspension mail. Did not even specify the basis on which the account @IamTrueIndology was suspended"
IndiaFeb 25, 2019, 5:08 PM IST
Twitter Feud: Jack Dorsey writes to parliamentary committee on allegations of bias
In what can be seen as a first, Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has written to the Parliamentary committee of information and technology (IT) thanking the committee. The letter comes after the committee summoned him for representing its case in face of a volley of allegations that called the online platform "biased".
IndiaFeb 11, 2019, 7:44 PM IST
Jack Dorsey has no choice, must appear before Anurag Thakur-led parliamentary committee
The committee led by Anurag Thakur had recently declined to meet representatives from the India office of Twitter and the panel members unanimously summoned Dorsey to appear before it on February 25
IndiaFeb 3, 2019, 1:19 PM IST
Twitter’s ‘bias’: Right-of-centre users to protest on streets of Delhi
Twitter has of late targeted right-of-centre handles like that of True Indology, Ankur Singh, Ankit Jain, etc even though the said users violated no rule of the medium. In protest, an outfit called Youth for Social Media Democracy is marching from Saket to Lado Sarai of Delhi.
ViewsDec 9, 2018, 5:54 PM IST
Barkha Dutt's Lutyens Complex and misplaced priorities about Priyanka Chopra
I recently had the privilege of presenting a paper on a panel at the National Communication Association conference alongside one by Professor Charu Uppal on the subject of – Priyanka Chopra. This paper, unlike Barkha Dutt’s selective intervention, was the whole deal, a complete analysis of the global celebrity apparatus with its ruthless, shameless, avaricious system of inclusion, exclusion, objectification, packaging, and denial