Twitter has appointed Mahima Kaul to lead its public policy in India, reports ET. Twitter’s head for India news politics and government announced this through a tweet on the platform. Kaul joins Twitter after a stint at the Observer Research Foundation where she worked as a fellow for over 2 years. She led the cyber and new media initiative and was on the CyFy committee, a conference on cyber security and internet governance, at ORF. Kaul worked as the India correspondent for Index on Censorship for over 2 years where she reported on censorship and internet governance issues in India before joining ORF. Prior to that, she worked as the founder director at The Open Communication Foundation for almost 3 years. She has also worked as a producer and correspondent at TV News International for over 4 years, a consultant and project manager at Digital Empowerment Foundation a little over a year, partnerships director at Video Volunteers for over a year. Her journalism experience includes being an online video editor at Indian Express for about 7 months, anchor and correspondent at NewsX for a short duration and a senior sub editor at The Indian Express for over a year. Before this, Kaul worked as a researcher at Media Strategy for a year. She also interned at Orion Publishing for a year and as a production assistant at Ventana Productions & Hendrick Communications for a year. Before this, she worked as a researcher at Centre for Policy Research for a year.…
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