The battle between Meta and Twitter extends far beyond features and functionality; instead it centers around differences in censorship policies and free speech approaches.

By Dipak Jaiswal

Meta's attempt to expand and control narrative raises concerns over its concentration of power.

Users express frustration over Meta's actions while others see both platforms as representing opposing ideologies.

Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, two tech billionaires, are locked in an ongoing online fight.

Each has made public statements calling for their respective opponents to engage in a cage match -- possibly at Rome's historic Colosseum if necessary.

The struggle for dominance on the internet has seen a new front open up with Meta's app 'Threads.'

Elon Musk lashed out against Threads as being little more than Instagram without images and lackluster features that distinguishes it from Instagram.

Mario Nawfal compared Threads to Twitter as an incomplete imitation and noted Meta's alleged partisan bias and censorship practices.

Nawfal also highlighted five features missing in 'Threads, such as its lack of web interface compatibility or noncompliance with privacy laws that were missing in Threads app.

The ongoing rivalry and critiques between Musk and Zuckerberg have only deepened the intrigue surrounding their platforms.