Twitter Tuesday rolled out an online application process for verified accounts, giving individuals and organizations the chance to join the social network’s nearly 187,000 accounts with the blue badge icon. Verified accounts launched on Twitter in 2009, but there was previously no way for account holders to request verification.
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