Beyond Logo And Bird: Untold Tale of Tech Titan, Twitter

Do you know that the bird in Twitter’s Logo has a name? Here is the bird’s identity and the story of the tech giant you probably have not read elsewhere Everyone has seen the online social networking giant, Twitter’s logo, it’s a bird. And that bird itself makes Twitter identifiable. And do you know that Twitter’s Logo bird also has a name? Yes, the secret of Twitter’s Logo name came into the picture in August 2011 when Twitter co-founder Biz Stone was asked about it by the Boston’s Celtic’s director…

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Twitter, Musk Get October Date For $44b Deal Trial

Social media platform, Twitter’s lawsuit to hold Elon Musk to his $44 billion takeover of the microblogging site will go to trial in October after a Delaware judge said yesterday that the social media company deserved a quick resolution of the deal’s uncertainty. The ruling is a blow to Musk, who pushed for a trial in February, which his lawyer told the court would allow for an extensive investigation into the true number of spam accounts on the platform. Twitter had requested a September trial. Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick of the…

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Use Twitter, Go to Jail, Nigeria tells Violators of Ban

  Country’s Justice Minister Orders prosecution of Twitter ban violators as country’s bickering with microblogging degenerate   Nigeria has threatened prosecution, which could lead to jail terms, for any of hundreds of thousands of Twitter users in the country who violates the suspension it slammed on the microblogging site. Apparently to show the Government’s seriousness, the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), Platforms Africa reports, ordered the prosecution of offenders of the Nigerian Government ban on Twitter operations in Nigeria.   READ ALSO: Outrage as…

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Why we Suspended Twitter’s Operations in Nigeria – Minister

Government orders licensing of all OTT and social media operations in Nigeria   The Nigerian Government has declared that it slammed an indefinite suspension on operations of the microblogging and social networking service, Twitter, in Nigeria because Twitter has been persistently used for activities that are capable of undermining Nigeria’s corporate existence. Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, announced the suspension in a statement signed by his Special Assistant Segun Adeyemi sighted by Platforms Africa.   READ ALSO: Twitter Deletes Nigerian President Buhari’s ‘Civil War’ Tweet Twitter Office in…

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