FAST FIVE: Twitter Suffers From "Ridiculous" Number Of "Psy Ops", Elon Musk Says

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He added jokingly that “at least with new Verified, they will pay $8 for the privilege-haha.” Musk later qualified his statement, responding to a Twitter user's comment that the psychological operations are “mid”-level rather than professional.

Twitter said that, in most cases, the accounts were suspended for various violations of its platform manipulation and spam policies, which include prohibitions against using Twitter in ways that “artificially amplify or suppress information or engage in behavior that manipulates or disrupts people's experience” on the platform.

Prohibited actions include artificially inflating followers or engagement by, for instance, buying “likes” or coordinating to exchange “follows,” in what's known as “reciprocal inflation.” 'Widely Diverse Viewpoints' The company also said it would launch the Twitter Moderation Research Consortium (TMRC), a program that lets outside researchers tap into Twitter data to study trends and study platform governance issues.

Trump hasn't posted anything on Twitter since his account was reinstated, with his last post being from Jan.

2, adding that Twitter would also be rolling out gold and gray checks in addition to blue ones, and that all verified marks would be manually authenticated.

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