Meta, Mark Zuckerberg’s mega-company, launched this week “Threads”, the social network that serves to “hold digital conversations in real time.”
The goal is to compete with Twitter. The ambition, to gain influence beyond the massiveness guaranteed by the almost 3,000 million users of Facebook, that is, 40% of the inhabitants of the Earth.
Threads means “threads”; another point in common with Elon Musk’s network, although it comes with the differential of being associated with Instagram, which will allow the account name to be maintained and follow the same people who already follow the photos, videos and stories app.
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