Baptiste via a screenshot posted on Twitter Claimed Is that personal information of Koo users is not secure and can be exposed. Hackers have hacked the app to prove that many personal information such as email, date of birth, marital status of users can be easily exposed in Koo. In some other screenshots, Baptiste also suggested that Koo’s domain be registered in the US with a registrant based in China.
Made in India microblogging app Koo is being promoted by several government officials including Union Minister Piyus Goyal and Ravi Shankar Prasad. He recently invited users to migrate to Koo via a post on Twitter. Several ministries and government companies including India Post and MeiTY have also created their accounts in Koo. Let us know that Koo is available on desktop, iOS and Android. One of its major features is the support of many local languages. The app won the government’s Digital India AatmaNirbhar Bharat Innovate Challenge last year, aimed at encouraging local app developers. Koo is developed by Aprameya Radhakrishna, who is also the co-founder and CEO of this platform.
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