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Twitter will finally let you apply to be verified

After years of confusion about who gets to be verified on Twitter—and receive those little blue check marks next to their user names—the social networking service is creating a formal process to let users request account verification, Business Insider reports. Twitter now describes the once-mysterious process in its support system, explaining that verification is available for … Continue reading “Twitter will finally let you apply to be verified”

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After years of confusion about who gets to be verified on Twitter—and receive those little blue check marks next to their user names—the social networking service is creating a formal process to let users request account verification, Business Insider reports.

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Twitter now describes the once-mysterious process in its support system, explaining that verification is available for individual and organizational accounts “of public interest.”

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Steven Melendez is an independent journalist living in New Orleans.

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