When Twitter’s Blue membership service relaunches on November 29 (hopefully), it will not accept accounts that are younger than 90 days old in order to prevent the abuse of the blue check mark.
For 90 days, newly created Twitter accounts won’t be able to sign up for Twitter Blue. In the future, at our discretion and without prior warning, we may also impose waiting periods for new accounts, according to the About Twitter Blue page.
The limitation will prevent users from opening new accounts only for the purpose of impersonating someone else, and the business should be relieved for a few months of any concerns around the $7.99 verification abuse. Other rules will also be in place to prevent abuse. According to Twitter CEO Elon Musk, if you change your verified name before Twitter verifies that your new name doesn’t violate its terms of service, you will lose your check mark. Anyone setting up a parody account must include the word “parody” in the name.
However, it’s unclear how the system would react if a user changed their name and handle after 90 days but before enrolling in Twitter Blue.
How the platform will handle the FIFA World Cup, an event that is anticipated to generate significant worldwide traffic, is an equally critical matter at hand. The site’s dependability will be put to the test as the technical team works to keep critical services running.
Employee morale is not being helped by Musk’s most recent emails. The following is said in a recent set of emails: “Regarding remote work, all that is required for approval is that your boss takes responsibility for making sure that you are contributing greatly. Additionally, it is required that you hold regular face-to-face meetings with your coworkers, ideally on a weekly basis but at least once a month.
The threat is followed by the warning: “At the risk of stating the obvious, any manager who fraudulently asserts that someone reporting to them is performing outstanding job or that a certain role is necessary, whether remote or not, will be ejected from the organisation.”
The company’s prior “work from home forever” policy, which had been implemented by former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, was one of Musk’s first steps as CEO. Twitter has already eliminated 3,700 full-time positions, or around half of the workforce (besides a large pool of contractors). More staff may leave due to the new emails.
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