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  • eth = $2 975.13 - 114.67 (-3.71 %)

  • ton = $5.92 -0.62 (-9.43 %)

18 Jul, 2023
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The announcement drew a humorous response from Elon Musk, owner of Twitter, who called it a "Copy [cat]."

The problem of spam and bots has become a problem for Twitter, leading to non-standard solutions and raising questions about the company's technical resources. Now it turns out that even Meta's new Threads application is not safe from such problems.

Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, acknowledged the spam attacks on Threads and mentioned the need for tighter rate limits to address the problem. However, unlike Twitter's fixed limits, Mosseri emphasized that affected users should reach out for assistance, indicating a willingness to work with legitimate users to minimize any negative impact.

In response to Mosseri's statement, users complained about the growing prevalence of comment spam, and some noted the heavy presence of bots related to gambling and cryptocurrency.

If spam and bots are not dealt with effectively, Threads could face similar problems to Twitter.