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Twitter check mark – Twitter has added the gray check mark with the text “official” back to the real accounts of celebrities and well-known brands.

The move follows the continued stream of fake accounts on the platform, in which twitterers impersonate verified users. Among others, the American president Joe Biden and the company account of game company Nintendo were the victims of this.

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Twitter on Wednesday introduced a gray check mark that demonstrated the authenticity of accounts of celebrities, media organizations and government agencies. But after a few hours, the check mark was removed again. Now Elon Musk seems to have changed his mind again.

The problems arose from the new bluefinch policy that was put in place under Musk, which Twitter bought last month for 44 billion dollars (42.6 billion euros). The controversial policy has led to twitterers being able to buy blue checkmarks and then pretend to be someone else.

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Previously, celebrities, politicians and other public figures had to provide proof of identity or other proof for a blue check mark. But under the new system, users can get a blue check mark for $8 a month.

Tesla, the manufacturer of electric cars that Musk is the boss of, was also made into a fake account. Musk previously threatened to tackle fake accounts. Any profile managed under someone else’s name without it being clear that it is a parody would be banned from Twitter without warning. (Twitter check mark)

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