It seems that the threat of Meta’s new “Threads” application, which seemed clear to attract 30 million subscribers in hours, will not go unnoticed.
On Thursday evening, the bluebird publicly threatened Meta, to sue it over its new app.
And the American “SEMAFOR” website published a warning message from Twitter to Meta, demanding that the tweet site take immediate steps to prevent the use of any secrets related to its platform.
And he warned against the consequences of any confidential information that our former employees could pass on, noting that many former Twitter employees have confidential information and work for Meta.
He also asserted that Meta and its app illegally obtained Twitter’s trade secrets.
The letter indicated that Twitter has concerns that these secrets have been used deliberately.
These developments came at a time when the Threads application, launched by Meta Platforms, attracted more than 30 million subscribers in the first 18 hours of its launch.
Its launch, to be the first real threat to the Twitter application owned by Elon Musk, as Threads took advantage of its access to billions of Instagram users and its appearance similar to its competitor Twitter.
“Twitter Killer” with 30 million subscribers
Threads, which has been dubbed the “Twitter killer”, also releases free applications on Apple’s App Store in Britain and the United States.
It is noteworthy that the launch of the application came after Mark Zugerberg, CEO of Meta and Musk, exchanged criticism for months, but also expressed their willingness to fight a mixed martial arts match on the ground in Las Vegas.