Indian MPs want Jack Dorsey to appear before them on 25 February Jack Dorsey is no stranger to controversies. On his last trip to India in November, the chief executive of Twitter posed for what he thought was an innocuous picture and ended up enraging Hindu nationalists. The picture had a placard reading "Smash Brahminical patriarchy", alluding to oppression by upper-caste Hindus. The backlash on his own social media network was fierce: Mr Dorsey was promptly accused of "hate-mongering". (The following month, in an unrelated controversy, he was criticised for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination in a series […]
Why is Twitter’s Jack Dorsey wanted in India?
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