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Tweeples flipped the (blue) bird at the Twitter CEO after he posed with a placard that read ‘Smash Brahminical Patriarchy’ on a visit to India in November.
FIR was registered on a complaint filed in the court accusing Dorsey of hurting religious sentiments and defamation of the Brahmin community.
A local court admitted Thursday a petition against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over an "anti-Brahmin" post shared by him on the micro-blogging site, a lawyer said.
Right-wing group to file defamation case against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for allegedly hurting sentiments
Advocate Hastimal Saraswat will file a case in the Rajasthan High Court in Jodhpur against Dorsey on Thursday, Sushil Ojha, the founder of Vipra Foundation, said in a statement.
The internet entrepreneur, who had participated in a roundtable of women journalists and activists during his recent visit to India, had been gifted the placard by a Dalit activist.
Shah Rukh on Wednesday evening shared a photograph of him and the Twitter CEO, seated in a yoga position with their eyes closed.
Thanking Modi for the meeting, Twitter CEO tweeted, "I enjoyed our conversation about the importance of global conversation. Also: thanks for the ideas for Twitter!"
The micro-blogging platform, that has 336 million users globally, is working hard to increase the collective health, openness and civility of dialogue on its platform.
According to a report in Wall Street Journal on Monday, Dorsey overruled a decision by his staff to ban the right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Dorsey said Twitter didn't take action against US conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones until reports came in, pointing out that he violated Twitter's polic
A powerful Congressional committee has summoned the CEOs of the top three tech giants - Facebook, Twitter and Google - to testify next month about Cambridge Analytica's misuse of private data.
In the recent years, Twitter has signed deals with the NFL and MLB, among other sports leagues, to livestream certain games.
Twitter to issue new safety rules after #WomenBoycottTwitter protests in support of actor Rose McGowan
The "Charmed" actor had spoken out about being raped by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Responding to high-profile #WomenBoycottTwitter protest, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said that the company was now changing its policies around how it vets content.