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Meme fest: Twitter trending with #TwitterBan And #FacebookBan

Team Udayavani, May 27, 2021, 1:03 PM IST

Internet users have been flooding Facebook and Twitter with rib-tickling memes, as the speculations hint that the social media giants may face a ban in India.

Apart from Koo, an app developed on the lines of Twitter, no other social media platform has accepted the guidelines during the three-month deadline, which ended on May 25. Given that the platforms remained functional on Wednesday, May 26, social media users decided to celebrate the development with a meme fest.



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