By: Rahul Bhagat
Musk, who owns Twitter, plans to replace the blue check marks with a $7.99-per-month service that includes the verification badge.
The decision has garnered mixed reactions, with some seeing it as promoting equality and others concerned about possible increase in impersonation accounts and misinformation.
The New York Times was the only high-profile account to lose its verification badge initially after refusing to pay for the subscription service.
The move will coincide with the attempted launch of SpaceX's Starship, with Musk overseeing the event.
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