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Kangana Ranaut slams Mark Zuckerberg for ‘copying’ Twitter CEO Elon Musk

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Kangana Ranaut has now tweeted about the new Meta Verified verification and slammed Mark Zuckerberg for ‘copying’ Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s ideas. She referred to the latter as a “genius” in her tweet. On Monday, the actor took to Twitter to respond to a user who said that the actor was correct when she predicted the new mode of verification that would be used in the future. Kangana spoke out in response to Mark’s recent announcement of Meta Verified, a subscription-based service that can assist Facebook users in obtaining a blue tick.

“Good morning and new product announcement: this week we’re starting to roll out Meta Verified – a subscription service that lets you verify your account with a government ID, get a blue badge, get extra impersonation protection against accounts claiming to be you, and get direct access to customer support,” Mark Zuckerberg wrote on Sunday. This new feature aims to improve the authenticity and security of our services.

Also Read: Meta starts selling blue verified badge on Instagram and Facebook

Meta has announced the launch of “Meta Verified,” its own subscription model akin to Twitter Blue. One of the most significant benefits of the Meta Verified subscription is the ability to get verified on Instagram and Facebook. Users who have their profiles verified will see a blue tick next to their names, which has become a status symbol over the years. The subscription will also include an additional security feature to assist authentic creators in combating impersonated accounts. The Meta Verified is currently being tested in Australia and New Zealand for $11.99 (approximately Rs 990) per month on the web or $14.99 (approximately Rs 1,240) per month on iPhones.



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