Elon Musk: Under Musk’s plan, the New York Times took away his blue tick and gave him a gold tick and a verified business account.
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Twitter has taken away the Gold Verified badge from one of the biggest news outlets, the New York Times. Elon Musk criticised the New York Times on Sunday, calling its stories “propaganda.” This is when Twitter made its decision. Musk said in a tweet that the New York Times’ real problem is that its advertising is so boring. Musk said that the New York Times was like diarrhoea and didn’t even deserve to be read.
Verified tick killed under Musk’s plan
Let us tell you that Elon Musk bought Twitter last year, and then he said that Bluetick for Twitter’s confirmed account would cost money. Musk said in his post that the set amount has been taken out of the verified account since April 1. Under Musk’s plan, the New York Times took away his blue tick and gave him a gold tick and a verified business account.
The New York Times said no
Now that New York Times’s Gold Tick has also been taken away, it will have to pay $1000 per month to get it back. At the same time, you will have to pay $ 50–50 per month for other accounts that are linked to yours. On the other hand, the New York Times says it won’t pay for a verified business account and will only accept Blue Tick subscriptions for its writers because they need them for their jobs.
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Up until now, a blue tick was only given to a famous person, a government organization, or a well-known face. But now, thanks to Musk’s subscription plan, anyone who pays every month can get Blue Tick. Along with this, Blue Tick users will also get some extra features. For example, the number of characters that can be used in a tweet will go up. Along with this, you will also be able to change or undo the tweet.