The founder of the social network has already thought about for whom and what information will be the most accurate.
Elon Musk, who recently bought Twitter, decided to share his plans for further transformation of the platform this Sunday, and one of his announcements, according to Reuters, was a promise to turn Twitter into the most accurate source of information on the planet. This is the mission of the new management of the company, as the billionaire explained.
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Quite in the spirit of the times, Jack Dorsey, who was at the origins of Twitter, took care of the question of for whom the relevant information would be the most accurate. In general, the very statement of Elon Musk has already caused fierce controversy, but along the way, he shared the upcoming changes in the Twitter account verification policy. Any attempt to impersonate another user will be punished by life banning from the social network, and without prior warning, as is happening now. The only exceptions will be those users who will use their profiles to imitate celebrities and openly indicate this.
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Tellingly, even changing the name on a Twitter account will deprive it of its verified status until the procedure is repeated. As already noted, for the right to verify their account, most users of the social network will be forced to pay a monthly subscription fee of $8. At the same time, Elon Musk is ready to exempt from paying residents of those regions where the company cannot physically accept payments from them.