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Goodbye Twitter Verification

On April 1, Twitter is ending its legacy verification program, stripping away the famed blue checkmark from many accounts. Whether an April Fool's joke or not remains to be seen, but the company wants to convert more Twitter Blue subscribers. Critics argue the paid offering doesn't prove authentic voices. Elon Musk argues it weeds out the bots. Read more, plus why your tweets may no longer have the reach it once did — unless you pony up for Blue.

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    What Does Being "Verified" Mean Anymore?

    Twitter to Revoke ‘Legacy’ Verified Badges in April, Leaving Only Paying Subscribers With Blue Check-Marks
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    Twitter to Revoke ‘Legacy’ Verified Badges in April, Leaving Only Paying Subscribers With Blue Check-Marks

    Musk-owned social network also will start charging businesses and organizations $1,000/month for verified status As Elon Musk promised, Twitter‘s …

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    Why your Twitter page is changing and may have a dog on it

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