Twitter's blue verification mark will return on November 29

Elon Musk just tweeted that the blue check mark for accounts will be back on the platform on November 29

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The $7,99 service, which allowed users to verify their Twitter accounts by adding a blue tick-like sign next to their name, was hastily pulled last week after a number of hacks were introduced.

Twitter earlier this month debuted the new Blue subscription on iOS. The platform pulled Blue registrations a few days later after a wave of fake verified accounts appeared on the platform.

Various eutrapelas appeared, such as a fake Nintendo account that posted an image of Mario gesturing, or another account impersonating drug company Eli Lilly and tweeting that insulin is now free.

All of this chaos has led to many companies suspending ads on the platform, including General Motors, General Mills, Audi, Volkswagen and many others. One of the world's largest advertising companies, Omnicom Media Group, has also stopped advertising on Twitter.

In today's tweet Musk, said the blue signal service is coming back on Nov. 29 to make sure it's stable. But after the dismissal of half the company, with thousands of contract workers out of positions and the firing dissenting employees with him, there may not be many people left to make these confirmations. The company no longer even has a communications department. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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