San Francisco, July 18 – Following Instagram head Adam Mosseri’s announcement to implement fee limits on Threads, Twitter-owner Elon Musk reacted to the choice and known as it a copycat.
Mosseri posted on Threads, “Spam assaults have picked up so we’re going to need to get tighter on issues like fee limits, which goes to imply extra unintentionally limiting lively individuals (false positives). For those who get caught up these protections tell us.”
Later, when a person tweeted a screenshot of Mosseri’s publish, Musk stated, “Lmaooo.” “Copy *cat emoji*.”
Musk additionally stated, “Appears oppressive.”
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Earlier this month, Musk had stated that he has utilized non permanent limits on who will learn what number of posts in a day, to forestall information scraping and system manipulation.
Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday introduced that “10s of thousands and thousands of individuals now come again each day” on Threads and “that’s means forward of what we anticipated.”
“The main focus for the remainder of the yr is bettering the fundamentals and retention. It’ll take time to stabilise, however as soon as we nail that then we’ll concentrate on rising the group,” Zuckerberg added.
Additionally, replying to a thread asking about his greatest tech “scorching takes”, Mosseri stated, “Android’s now higher than iOS.”
Since Threads was launched, Musk has been praising and bettering Twitter, whereas criticising Threads and Zuckerberg.
Musk on Monday stated, “No matter sins this platform might have, being boring just isn’t certainly one of them.”
On Sunday, he stated that Zuckerberg doesn’t appear to care about his new product.
Earlier, in response to a tweet about Meta CEO’s funding within the Metaverse, Musk stated, “Censorship pays them properly.”
The Twitter-owner had additionally mocked Zuckerberg, and stated, “Zuck is a cuck.”
“I suggest a literal d*** measuring contest,” he had tweeted.
Musk additionally stated, “Competitors is okay, dishonest just isn’t.”
“Zuck my *tongue emoji*,” he had tweeted final month.
In 2017, Tesla CEO had hit again at Zuckerberg, saying that the Meta CEO’s understanding of synthetic intelligence (AI) was “restricted”.