Why Instagram Threads is a hotbed of risks for businesses

"Threads is already a target for fraud and and abuse, with several potential security and compliance risks associated with its use for organizations.

Instagram's Threads platform launched to great fanfare in July with a massive surge of users signing up for the new text-sharing and public conversation service, including businesses using the service as an extension of existing social media and communications programs.

Many have seen it as an alternative to Elon Musk's X -- formerly Twitter -- platform, which has been roiled by massive layoffs, changes that have infuriated some longtime users, and the appearance that Musk's free speech mandate has given a renewed voice to white supremacists and other hate groups."

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