Well, that didn't take long. Less than a day after the splashy launch of Meta's brand-new Threads app-- a Twitter clone that millions of users joined in a matter of hours-- Twitter owner Elon Musk indicated that he's interested in taking Zuckerberg to court over the launch (a relocation that would, it should go without saying, alter the timing of the face-to-face cage match that both men likewise appear thinking about pursuing versus each other). Semafor first reported the news on Thursday, and you can read the complete letter from Twitter legal representative Alex Spiro ingrained in 2 parts in the tweet below. Broadly, its claims include Twitter having a copyright rights case that it wants to protect. Spiro's letter needs, to name a few things," that Meta take immediate actions to stop utilizing any Twitter trade secrets or other highly secret information" that it has originated from the expected hiring of former Twitter workers.
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