Twitter said Tuesday it had posted a $537 million net loss in the third quarter after settling a lawsuit alleging investors were misled about slowing user growth.
The Federal Government says the recommended conditions for the lifting of the suspension imposed on Twitter will be applicable to all Over-The-Top and other social media platforms in Nigeria...
Socio-economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to withdraw the impermissible conditions imposed on Twitter.
Twitter has appealed a French court decision that ordered it to give activists full access to all of its relevant documents
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A two-time minister in the Second Republic, Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, has expressed concern over the face off between the Federal Government and social networking website, Twitter, saying billions of naira have been lost in the dispute.
Twitter announced Monday it will pay $809 million to settle a 2016 lawsuit alleging members of the social network's leadership, including founder Jack Dorsey, provided misleading information to investors about slowing user growth.
Marvelous Ekenna, a Lagos-based talent manager and music executive, has lost N10 million worth of business deals since Twitter was banned in Nigeria. Besides, the ban affected his employees and the industry value chain that depends on him. “I’ve lost clients and contracts worth 10 million. The people I work with have lost jobs as…
Leading Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria have condemned the continued ban on Twitter by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The Federal Government says the ban on microblogging giant Twitter will soon be lifted. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed
Embattled microblogging platform, Twitter, has reached out to and assured Nigerians that it has not stopped engaging with the government on ways to resolve its ban in the country.