In just a few hours, Thread It created quite a stir in the social media world. More than 10 million users. But this early success ignited the anger of Elon Musk and his Twitter team, prompting social networking lawyers to send a legal threat to Threads’ platform company Meta.
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On July 5, the company Meta, which owns apps like Facebook and Instagram, was launched. Threads, a new social network that integrates with Instagram and is similar to platforms like Twitter.
One day later, on the morning of July 6, Twitter’s attorney, Alex Spiro, sent a letter to Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, expressing his concerns about the social network’s launch.
media a few minutes ago traffic light He published a letter prepared by Twitter’s legal team. They accuse Meta of creating a “copycat” app. that’s it Twitter threatens Meta with legal actionarguing that the company is secretly hiring former Twitter employees to develop its new text platform.
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This letter, sent to Meta by the Twitter legal team, states that Meta is a “The systematic, deliberate and unlawful misuse of Twitter’s trade secrets and other intellectual property rights“.
They also highlight: “Twitter intends to strictly enforce its intellectual property rights and Requests Meta take immediate action to stop using any Twitter trade secrets or other highly confidential information“.
LAURA CAMILA RAMOS
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