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Elon MuskCEO Twitterthreatened to sue Microsoft for illegal use of your social network data.
“They illegally trained using data from Twitter. Judgment Hour,” wrote the billionaire on Twitter.
Twitter vs. Microsoft
Musk reacted to the plan Microsoft delete Twitter your corporate advertising platform.
Microsoft announced that its advertising platform “will no longer be compatible with Twitter“Effective from Tuesday, April 25th. As a result, ad buyers will not be able to access their Twitter accounts through Redmond’s social management tool.
Press email from Twitter responded to a request made BBC with faeces emoticon.
Elon Musk he did choose to be more emphatic about the case, stating that he was “open to ideas”. “But the database theft Twitterdemonetizing (removing ads) and then selling our data to others is not the best solution,” he added.
Change of mentality
What Microsoft get out of this business, it will be a strong economic blow to Twitter. In 2022, the company brought him about $12 billion in revenue.
His decision aligns with Musk’s plan to raise prices for companies to access APIs. Twitternecessary interface for communication of applications with a social network. Microsoftunder the new plans, you can pay up to $42,000 per month.
In recent months, major companies, including iPhone maker Apple, have stopped advertising on the platform due to concerns about content moderation on the site.
In November, Musk stated that Twitter observed a “massive” drop in revenue and accused activists of pressuring advertisers.
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