In changes that he says will address advanced artificial intelligence (AI) bot swarms taking over, the tech company plans to make unverified accounts less visible on the platform.

Unverified accounts will also not appear in the “For You” section, a section that brings favourite topics for Twitter users.

This comes at a time Musk is planning to phase out the legacy-verified program and remove legacy-verified checkmarks.

On April 1, Twitter will begin winding down the legacy verified program and remove legacy verified checkmarks. To keep the blue checkmark, individuals will be required to sign up for Twitter Blue.

Twitter Blue costs $11/month to users that subscribe as an in-app purchase on their phones. However, the subscription is reduced to $7/month if users sign up on the web.


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