Today We Know Elon Musk says that the relaunch of Twitter’s Blue verified account will be put off. 22nd November, Washington [United States] On Tuesday, Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, made the announcement that the relaunch of Blue verified will be put on wait until there is strong confidence that impersonation can be stopped. He did so by sending out a tweet announcing the news.
Elon Musk has suggested that Twitter may utilise distinct colour checks for various types of users, such as corporations and individuals. Musk sent the following message on his official Twitter handle: “Holding off launching of Blue Verified until there is high certainty of preventing imitation.” Will most likely utilise a colour check that differs from that used for people.
Following his takeover of the microblogging platform, Musk made an announcement stating that users will now be able to acquire a blue tick confirmed via Twitter Blue. According to a story from The Verge, Musk’s idea led to the impersonation of high-profile accounts, including those belonging to Twitter’s advertisers. This occurred despite Twitter’s own trust and safety employees issuing warnings inside the company.
Following Musk’s takeover of Twitter, the microblogging platform began adding and deleting distinct grey checkmarks from high-profile accounts without providing an explanation as to why. According to a tape of Elon Musk’s statements that were published by The Verge, the CEO of Twitter informed staff on Monday that the firm would not relaunch its premium verification membership known as Twitter Blue until they are “assured about large impersonations not occurring.
Elon Musk said one week ago that his Blue membership, which costs $8 per month, would be made accessible beginning on November 29. According to a story from The Verge, however, in his discussion with staff, he admitted that the timetable of the debut of Blue verified was not definite.
Elon Musk said at a meeting with Twitter staff that “We could deploy it next week.” It’s possible we won’t. However, we are not going to deploy until we have a high level of confidence in our ability to guard against those large impersonations,” as reported by The Verge. In a meeting with staff of Twitter on Monday, Elon Musk said that the firm would “probably” need to give “institutions and companies” a “different colour check.” On the other hand, he did not provide any additional information about the strategy.
Musk emphasised that any social media site “is going to be susceptible to bots and trolls” unless there is money introduced to raise the “cost of bots and trolls dramatically.” He said that this would not happen until there is a payment system. In the meanwhile, Elon Musk said in a tweet that he sent on November 22 that Twitter has reached an all-time high in the number of daily active users after adding 1.6 million users in the last week. In a tweet, Musk said, “Twitter gained 1.6 million daily active users in the most recent week, which is another all-time record.”
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