After awarding the coveted blue tick of verification to a white supremacist, Twitter recently announced that it would be pausing its verification program. Making good
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Head of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has admitted that the company’s verification system is “broken” after a blue tick was awarded to white supremacist Jason Kessler.
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