“Giving people more ways to identify themselves” says Twitter on bring back the “blue tick”

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Twitter is planning to relaunch it’s paused “blue verification badge” 3 years after getting feedback that it felt arbitrary and confusing to many people.  It is now restarting the process and has asked the public to share feedback on a draft of its new verification policy starting 24 November up to 8 December this year. The account must be “notable and active” to receive the blue badge, the social media firm said. It intends to expand the categories and criteria for verification significantly over the next year.

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