Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just trolled Facebook's rebranded all-caps logo (TW)

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just trolled Facebook's rebranded all-caps logo (TW)

Facebook announced Monday that it was changing the logo for its corporate parent — also called Facebook — that oversees its family of apps, including WhatsApp and Instagram.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey seemed to take a jab at Facebook's all-caps branding in a tweet Tuesday morning, in which he wrote: "Twitter ... from TWITTER."

This isn't the first time that Dorsey has taken aim at Facebook in recent weeks. Twitter said it would ban political ads after Facebook said it would not fact-check paid political ads, and Dorsey has criticized CEO Mark Zuckerberg's comments on free speech.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey hasn't backed down in the past from voicing his issues with Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, so it comes as little surprise that Dorsey had something to say about Facebook's new all-caps logo.
Facebook announced Monday that its corporate parent company was undergoing a rebranding and getting a brand-new logo. The all-caps logo is intended for "further distinguishing" Facebook-the-app from Facebook-the-company, which oversees Facebook Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus, and more.
The new logo drew quick laughs and and jokes, including from Kanye's favorite founder himself, Jack Dorsey. Dorsey tweeted Tuesday morning something simple and short enough to give most everyone an idea of what exactly he was trolling: "Twitter ... from TWITTER."
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But Dorsey's trolling of Facebook isn't anything new, given how many times in recent weeks the Twitter CEO has publicly taken aim at Facebook and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.
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