Meta promised to launch Threads, its answer to Twitter, on July 6. Today, the social media surprisingly went live, and now everyone can view content. However, the full features of the new platform are limited to some markets, including the United States and the United Kingdom, because they have “weaker privacy laws.”
Users in regions like the European Union will not get the full feature set of Threads “at this point”, a spokesperson of Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) told Independent.ie.
The first message on Threads was posted by Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta and…
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