New York. India’s multilingual microblogging platform Ku (Koo) was recently criticized for data privacy and it was also revealed that its makers also include Chinese investors. In such a situation, their efforts are on to present it better to the people. Koo co-founder Ameray Radhakrishna said, “As a founder I am an Indian, my co-founders are also Indians and we are deeply connected to what we are developing and that is why our The market also exists. Our company is ten months old, so there will be some initial problems. We are surprised by the love we have received from all the users across the country and we want them to be with us in this initial journey. ”
On Chinese investors’ involvement, Kuo’s team said, “This is not true.” Koo is fully owned by Bombin Technologies Private Limited and operates only in India. All data and related servers are also run from India. The company is headquartered in Bengaluru. ” Koo’s investors to date include Actel Partners, 3 One 4 Capital, Bloom Ventures and Kalari Capital. Radhakrishna said, “Chinese investors involved in Koo’s structure have decided to exit Shunwei.” Ku hopes that the issue will be resolved in about a month’s time. Radhakrishna continued, “Shunwei’s exit from the company will have to go through appropriate scrutiny and clarification due to increasing restrictions on Chinese investors in India.”
Talking about the verification, the team said, “Our verification is based on authenticity rather than popularity so we are able to verify the accounts with more transparency than our contemporaries. Our desire as a platform is to introduce it in a better way and we will also offer some rules for everyone to use it. ”
On political exposure, the team said, “The talk of having a political relationship or having an organized political partnership is completely wrong. We are operating a platform that is suitable for all Indians. As a domestic company, we are bound to follow the Indian Constitution and laws. We want to present it as a platform that is for the people, by the people and for the people. Currently, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Piyush Goyal, B.V. s. Yeddyurappa, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, HD Deve Gowda, HD Kumaraswamy, Priyank Kharge are associated with our platform and we are sure that many more political legends will be joining our provincial audience with our platform in the coming days. ”
Giving clarification on the issues related to the technology, the team said, “The data breach about Ku has been exaggerated. 95 percent of Ku users log in via their mobile phone number. People in the language community do not log in by email. Email login originated recently. Breach data that is already public is not correct. There were some issues related to session token management, which have been resolved. ”
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