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Elon Musk talks about why Twitter made “Verified Organizations” available.

Elon Musk has said that it’s important to check on Twitter to see if someone really is a member of an organization they claim to be a part of. This is to stop people from impersonating others.

Musk replied to a tweet from Twitter Verified that described what “Verified Organizations” are and how they work on the microblogging site.

“Verified Organisations is a new way for companies and their partners to stand out on Twitter. “Rather than relying on Twitter to be the only judge of which accounts should be verified, vetted organizations that sign up for Verified Organisations have full control over vetting and verifying accounts they are affiliated with,” the tweet said.

Users who are part of a company will get an affiliate badge and the logo of the business on their profiles. They will also be shown on the organization’s Twitter page, which will let people know who they are.

The tweet also said, “All organizations are checked out before they can join Verified Organizations.”

It also said that Twitter has seen companies like sports teams, news organizations, financial firms, Fortune 500 companies, and nonprofits join Verified Organisations and show their affiliated accounts on their profiles.

Verified Organisations is also available all over the world, and accepted companies will get email invitations.

If the organization is a business or non-profit, it will get a gold checkmark and a square avatar. If it is a government or multilateral organization, it will get a grey checkmark and a circle image.