“Although it was not possible for Twitter’s senior leadership to attend due to timing constraints, at all times during the process, we offered representatives from Twitter India to attend the hearing. We also suggested that we work with the Lok Sabha Secretariat to find mutually agreeable dates for this meeting so that a senior Twitter official can attend,” the company said.
Twitter added in its statement that it will work to find a mutually agreeable date for a meeting. “We await feedback from the government,” the statement added.
In a previous statement, Twitter said that its India representatives do not enforce policy and that this is done “with impartiality” by a “specialized global team”.
Thakur’s intervention wasn’t prompted by protests by Youth for Social Media Democracy alone. According to the people