Twitter Begins Removing Legacy Blue Check Marks
Twitter is removing the blue check mark that denotes verified accounts, a status once reserved for celebrities and public figures, as part of a plan to reduce abuse on the platform.
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As of Thursday, Twitter's previous system of authenticating users has been replaced by paid subscriptions.
Jason Alexander, Dionne Warwick, Mark Hamill, Chrissy Teigen, and Jason Alexander, the actor from 'Seinfeld,' all said they would not subscribe if legacy verification disappeared. As of Thursday, all four seemed to have lost their blue check.