The US House Judiciary is currently looking into Meta’s Twitter competitor, Threads, and has reportedly requested documentation about content control on the new site from Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Threads has surpassed 150 million sign-ups.
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According to CNBC, House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has requested information from Zuckerberg “as part of the panel’s ongoing investigation into the policies of tech platforms and their interactions with the Joe Biden administration.”
Jordan stated in the letter that “Threads raises substantial, specific issues since it has been pitched as a competitor of Elon Musk’s Twitter, which has been politically persecuted by the Biden Administration due to Musk’s devotion to free expression.
Despite Meta’s Threads crossing 150 million sign-ups, its daily usage has declined, with users now spending just 10 minutes instead of 20 minutes, a 50% reduction.