BONSERNEWS.com – Twitter boss Elon Musk has sent a letter to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg who recently launched social media Threads.
Threads is alleged to have engaged in the systematic, willful, and unlawful abuse of Twitter’s trade secrets and intellectual property.
“I am writing on behalf of X Corp., as a successor to the interests of Twitter, Inc. (‘Twitter’). Based on recent reports regarding the recently launched Your ‘Threads’ application, Twitter has serious concerns that Meta Platforms (‘Meta’) has engaged in the systematic, willful, and unlawful misuse of Twitter trade secrets and other intellectual property. letter dated July 5, 2023.
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“Twitter is aware that this employee previously worked at Twitter; that the employee has had and continues to have access to Twitter’s trade secrets and other highly confidential information; that these employees owe Twitter a continuing obligation; and that many of these employees improperly store Twitter documents and electronic devices,” he added.
He said Meta had deliberately assigned employees to develop a Twitter-like Threads application.
The application ‘Threads’ is the result of a successfully executed mock.
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“Twitter intends to strictly enforce its intellectual property rights, and demands that Meta take immediate steps to stop using Twitter trade secrets or other highly confidential information,” it continued.
However, this threat goes beyond rights and seeks civil damages and damages without further notice to prevent further retention.
“Meta is expressly prohibited from engaging in any crawling or scraping of Twitter followers or following data. As set out in Twitter’s Terms of Service,” he said.
It is expressly prohibited to remove any Twitter service for any reason without Twitter’s prior approval.
“Please consider this letter as official notice that Meta should retain any documents that may be relevant to a dispute between Twitter, Meta, and/or former Twitter employees now working for Meta,” he concluded. ()