Tesla CEO Elon Musk has again publicly criticized Facebook , which owns WhatsApp.
The executive suggested that FB is responsible for the act of Trump’s supporters in Washington, which culminated in the invasion of the United States Capitol.
On Twitter , Musk pointed out that Facebook is experiencing a domino effect.
The tweet is accompanied by an image in which a small opening piece recalls WhatsApp that gave rise to Facebook .
Facemask, displayed pictures of Harvard students and asked users to indicate which were the most attractive.
At least problematic, and the site was pointed out by Musk as an initial problem.
IT led to other controversial situations represented by larger domino pieces, reaching the invasion of the Capitol.
The argument would be that Facebook has not taken the necessary steps to prevent the growth on its platforms
And Hours later, Tesla’s CEO published a short message: “use Signal”.
The tweet, which would have been a criticism of WhatsApp, had over 173, thousand likes, 26 thousand comments and 21 thousand retweets.
Among those who shared Musk’s message is Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey.
It is not possible to know whether Musk contributed to the increase in the number of Signal users.
However, the privacy-focused messaging app reported a few hours after the tweet that it was dealing with delays in sending verification codes because it had registered an above average number of registrations.
The situation was normalized on the afternoon of Thursday (7).