a lawyer on Thursday Elon MuskTwitter of 235431003/">accused meta Taking advantage of “trade secrets” to launch its Twitter competitor, Threads, which garnered over 30 million sign ups in its first 24 hours of operation. However, Musk’s threats did little to deter adoption of the new platform. In fact, user uptake increased.
till Friday, meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Threads had hit 70 million sign ups, a remarkable feat in such a short period of time.
“As of this morning there have been 70 million sign ups on Threads,” Zuckerberg wrote on the site. “Exceeded our expectations.”
on Friday evening, Reported by Marketwatch Quiver Quantitatively Estimated Threads now has over 75 million users.
hours after zuckerberg meta platform launched threadsbilled asTwitter killer,'” a lawyer for the Musk-owned service sent Meta an apparently fabricated letter. It destroyed the threads as “copycats” based on improperly obtained “trade secrets”. There was no formal legal action accompanying the letter, but it was a clear warning.
Semaphore was the first to report legal comprehensive sideWhich the outlet described as a sign that Threads is “the most serious rival to Musk’s chaotic, but still-central, platform.”
Alex Spiro, a lawyer for Quinn Emanuel, wrote in the letter that Twitter “intends to vigorously enforce its intellectual property rights, and demands that Meta cease using any Twitter trade secrets or other highly confidential information.” Take immediate steps.”