Cornered Twitter Finally Appoints Indian Resident Grievance Officer

With all its options running out, a cornered Twitter, who was legally required to appoint a resident grievance officer, named Vinay Prakash for the post anyway. The company in its Help center section mentioned, “Grievance Officer Contact Information for Users in India: Resident Grievance Officer, Vinay Prakash, grievance-officer-in @, Twitter, Inc.” he will replace Dharmendra Chatur who had resigned of the interim role in June.

In addition, Twitter has also released its Mandatory Compliance Report for the period May 26 to June 25 in accordance with the requirement of the new IT rules. For the record, Facebook and Google had filed the compliance report which is now a legal obligation.

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