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Threads: Elon Musk’s X competitor Meta starts in the EU

It made a splash as a challenger to Elon Musk’s X, formerly Twitter.

However, it was not made available in the EU, which has rigorous data and big tech regulations.

Meta will hope that it will increase interest in the platform, which gained more than 100 million users in its first week before dropping.


Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, confirmed the announcement in a post on Threads, greeting new users from around Europe.

According to a Meta spokeswoman, the platform has seen “significant improvements” since its rollout in other nations in July.

A absence of important capabilities, such as a website and search capability, had contributed to the waning of initial consumer interest.


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