In recent times, it seems like Jack Dorsey, the former CEO of Twitter, has been throwing subtle jibes at Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook. Just recently, Dorsey took to X (formerly called Twitter) to make a surprising announcement: he had deleted his Instagram account after using it for a whopping 12 years.This unexpected move by Dorsey caught the attention of many, including the owner of X himself, Elon Musk.
It’s no secret that Musk and Dorsey share a similar stance when it comes to Meta and its influence on social media. Both of them have been known to agree with each other’s statements on various topics, especially when it comes to the power and impact of Meta’s platforms. Dorsey’s decision to bid farewell to Instagram after more than a decade raises questions about his stance on Meta’s influence and the direction social media is heading in.
As the co-founder of Twitter, Dorsey has always been at the forefront of the social media landscape, witnessing firsthand the evolution and impact of these platforms. It’s clear that Dorsey’s departure from Instagram is a statement in itself. By removing himself from one of Meta’s prominent platforms, he is making a statement about the need for change and reevaluation in the social media space. It’s not just about deleting an account; it’s about taking a stand against the dominance and control that Meta has over the digital world.