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Hey, if Twitter is making money out of it, why not? Facebook’s parent company Meta announced its own Twitter Blue-like subscription called Meta Verified on Sunday morning. Mark Zuckerberg shared the news using his newly launched Broadcast channel, saying the subscription service will give users a blue badge, additional impersonation protection and direct access to his customer support. I was. Meta plans to test the subscription in Australia and New Zealand first before rolling out to other countries. When Meta Verified lands in the US, it will cost $15 per month through the company’s iOS and Android apps. On the web, where app store fees don’t apply, the service costs $12/month.
The company told Engadget that subscriptions are only available to users over the age of 18. Meta also requires a government-issued ID that matches the profile name and photo of your Facebook or Instagram account. Once verified, you will be locked in with their profile name, username, date of birth and photo. If you change it, you will have to go through the verification process again.
A blue Twitter check mark with the ghastly text “This account is verified because it’s registered with Twitter Blue.” (And you know I’m clicking to check.) Does Meta take a similar approach? And can you stop your ego from chasing Instagram’s blue check mark?
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Viz Media has lots of free anime on their YouTube channel.
Viz Media has uploaded some of the most famous anime series to YouTube for free.you can see sailor moon – An old series aired in the 90s – Naruto, Death Note, Inuyasha, Hunter x Hunter and others on the publisher’s account. Viz has organized episodes into playlists. However, you must be in the correct region (likely North America) to access it. There are currently no free anime for us Brits.
The company also plans to test the feature on Messenger and Facebook.
Meta has set its sights on copying the new messaging app, Telegram. Mark Zuckerberg showed off ‘broadcast channels’, a new Instagram feature that brings one-way messages to the app. The company is testing the feature with a small number of creators and plans to bring Telegram-like functionality to his Facebook and Messenger. Broadcast channels allow authors to stream updates to their followers’ inboxes, similar to channels in Telegram. Users who join the channel can react to messages and vote in polls, but cannot directly participate in conversations.
He plugged EthereumMax on Twitter without disclosing the payments he received.
NBA Hall of Famer Paul “The Truth” Pierce has agreed to pay $1.4 million to settle claims from the Securities and Exchange Commission about cryptocurrencies he promoted on Twitter. A government agency found Pierce to have violated the anti-selling and anti-fraud provisions of the federal securities laws. Pierce’s case reflects Kim Kardashian’s settlement of $1.26 million after he seized the same currency in October. Pierce and Kardashian were also sued last year for their involvement in the scheme.
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