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Social media website ‘Facebook’ and ‘Instagram’ parent company ‘Meta’ has announced to provide users with verified accounts for a monthly fee.
According to the AFP news agency, Mark Zuckerberg, the owner of Meta, announced the launch of this paid subscription service on Sunday.

“This is a new feature to increase the security and transparency of Metakey’s services,” Mark Zuckerberg said.
The new Facebook and Instagram service will launch in Australia and New Zealand this week, while BlueTick subscriptions will follow in the US and other countries.
According to ‘Meta’, this will not affect people whose accounts are already verified.
The new subscription will only be available to users over the age of 18, but the service is not yet available for businesses.
It should be noted that last year Elon Musk started Blue Tick subscription after buying the micro-blogging website Twitter.

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