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The Twitter Verification leak makes the new system sound even worse than we anticipated

The Twitter logo spray painted onto ripped paper surrounded by white, blue and black noise


In case you by some means haven’t heard, Elon Musk has purchased Twitter and has already begun saying and enacting main adjustments to how the social media website operates. Some of the controversies are that Twitter Verification will go from a free function to a paid one, however, the change may be even worse than we first thought: getting the blue checkmark could now not require any precise verification.

In his breakdown of why Musk’s adjustments will destroy Twitter, our US Editor in Chief Lance Ulanoff highlighted some points with needing to pay up for the blue test mark.