Twitter verification is coming back, Elon Musk now the second richest person
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Twitter is set to relaunch its public verification program in 2021 and has called on users to give feedback on the system.
In a blog post.
The company asked users to fill out a survey or tweet at the hashtag.
#verification feedback before December 8th with the rules set to be released December 17.
Twitter said it paused the old verification program because users found it confusing.
Tesla and SpaceX.
CEO Elon Musk has overtaken Bill Gates to become the second richest person in the world behind Jeff Bezos.
According to the Bloomberg billionaires index, Musk's net worth now stands at 127.9 billion.
That's just over Gates is worth of $127.7 billion, though well behind Bezos at 182 billion.
Part of the reason for the shift according to Bloomberg was gates philanthropic donations And finally Corona virus, era kids already pros at zooming with teachers, coaches, grandparents, cousins, and friends can add Santa to their list of zoom buddies.
A UK based project called Santa at home.
We'll connect children with Mr. Claus himself for zoom sessions between now and December 24th.
The coals will last up to 12 minutes and can accommodate six kids plus an unlimited number of grownups joining from anywhere.
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