Blue Verification Mark Returns for Twitter Accounts with One Million Followers

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Elon Musk, owner of the social networking platform Twitter, has returned the blue verification mark to some user accounts, which have more than a million followers, without paying the money for the monthly subscription, as decided earlier. And the player by English club Tottenham Harry Kane, Englishman Richard Osman and English artist Victoria Beckham.

The BBC News Twitter account was also able to get its gold tag back, after it was removed by Elon Musk on the Twitter platform, so that the blue tag would come back again without the BBC paying for it.

On Thursday, Elon Musk, owner of the Twitter platform, began enforcing his new policy on Twitter subscribers by removing the blue verification mark from their accounts on the platform.

After the implementation of the decision to remove the blue mark from most Twitter celebrities, a state of chaos has arisen among the users of the platform on the social networking site, especially with the spread of many impersonated accounts, which in turn they promote rumors, spread false news and wreak havoc on social networking sites.

The move has come under the watchful eye of billionaire Elon Musk, who has pledged to bring more profits for the struggling social media company, in a bid to force the platform’s users to pay for verification services that were previously free, according to TheGuardian.

Before implementing the decision to remove the blue checkmark, the Twitter platform had nearly 400,000 users with verified accounts, and Elon Musk will receive more than $3 million from them if the owners of those accounts pay the monthly subscription.

With the new Twitter Blue service, subscribers of the social networking site can pay about $8 a month for a blue verification mark, while organizations pay more than $1,000 a month to have their accounts verified.

At the same time, the CEO of Twitter and Tesla, Elon Musk, has granted the blue label to numerous stars and prominent personalities without asking for it, such as the writer Stephen King.

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