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Think again. Only Twitter can verify accounts and give accounts the verification badge. Any profile that puts a fake badge anywhere on their Twitter account to imply that Twitter has verified them, will get their account suspended.
According to Musk's tweets(Opens in a new tab), an alternate tag will be added to accounts belonging to public figures, "which is already the case for politicians." So it's probably only a matter of time before that also becomes a status symbol Musk tries to sell. Currently, Twitter labels government and state-affiliated media accounts from countries such as the U.S., China, and Russia. Official accounts belonging to Australia's prime minister(Opens in a new tab), New Zealand's prime minister(Opens in a new tab), and the British royal family(Opens in a new tab) remain unlabeled, with only their blue tick to verify them.
Twitter states you can reapply to verify your account 30 days after rejection if you feel that your application must have not been rejected. Twitter does not apply any restriction on the number of times you can apply for Twitter verification.
Even if your Twitter account satisfies all the conditions in the eligibility section, Twitter may not necessarily verify your profile. That's because they will consider a few signals for determining your account's noteworthiness at the time of verification. Some of the top tips to secure the maximum chances of getting your account verified on Twitter are as follows:
Yet, officially, Twitter is still investigating the matter and trying to figure out whether the employee hijacked the accounts or allowed hackers to access them. It is, however, confirmed that the Twitter accounts were hacked using an internet tool.
If we are going to talk about Twitter's well-established identity problem, then let's also talk about all of the dead celebrities hawking their wares in your feed. Giving a verified Twitter account to a long-dead celebrity is like writing a mediocre novel and then half-heartedly slapping "by Virginia Woolf" on the cover because Woolf's estate gave you permission. It's a waste of everyone's time and a pointless abuse of Twitter's verification tool. Let's ban the dead celebrities from Twitter.
Twitter yesterday slammed Elon Musk's response to the company's lawsuit in a 127-page filing in the Delaware Court of Chancery that says Musk's claims are "contradicted by the evidence and common sense." Twitter's court filing also said Musk's spam analysis relied on a tool that once called his own Twitter account a likely bot.
"Musk can produce a higher estimate only by running a data set neither limited to nor inclusive of mDAU through a generic web tool that designated his own Twitter account a likely 'bot.' The result is a distortion that Musk is hoping will nonetheless make waves," Twitter said. Advertisement
This morning, Botometer gave Musk's account a rating of 1.2 out of 5, indicating that Musk is more "human-like" than bot-like as of today. Protocol's article in May noted that Musk's account was getting wildly different Botometer scores from one day to the next, saying the tool "highlights just how hard it is to identify bots, especially using only public data."