Responding to the data leaks, Koo said, “Users enter their profile data on the app to be shared with others on the platform. That’s what’s displayed everywhere across the platform. While there have been false allegations of a data leak, it’s just commonly called the public profile page for all users to view!”
Replying back to Koo founder Aprameya Radhakrishna, security researcher Elliot tweeted,” Update: Koo founder commented the leak. It’s a lie. I did check this point before tweeting and it was not true.”
China Connection Surfaces
Founder and CEO of Koo app, Aprameya Radhakrishna has admitted that it has a Chinese investor that is on its way out, reported Moneycontrol.
Clarifying on the Chinese investment, Radhakrishna said, “Shunwei-our Chinese investor had invested in the earlier brand Vokal. We have pivoted our business and focused on Koo, they are on their way out. They are being bought out by other people. We are a truly an atmanirbhar Bharat app.”
“A set of…