Furthermore, Twitter product director David Gasca noted during the stream that one of the problems with the verification platform is that people view the blue checkmark as an endorsement by the company, which is not the case.
Twitter is looking into opening up its verification process for everyone.
The head of product health said that the blue verification check-mark was created to address identity, but it came to mean "credibility" and was perceived, incorrectly, to mean that users with the check-mark were somehow supported by the site - that Twitter "stood behind" them and their views.More news: Dawood Ibrahim aide Farooq Takla arrested
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The application process to receive a badge remains suspended while the company designs a new way to authenticate and verify users. But the topic was brought up when one Twitter user remarked: "I feel that if everyone was verified it would clean up the platform". Average users typically had their requests denied.
However, the verification programme was suspended in November a year ago when it was criticised for verifying an account of one of the organisers of the white supremacist Charlottesville rally in Virginia where a life was lost. "Twitter stands behind this person, Twitter believes that this person is someone that - what they're saying is great and authentic, which is not what at all what we mean by the checkmark".
For that very reason, Twitter came under fire when it verified a number of alt-right figures including white supremacists and white nationalists. If verification becomes a ubiquitous way to prove real users, then the unverified and possibly bot-run accounts could become more obvious. "We want to make sure that everything we find they can also utilize".
Twitter said that its not going to be overnight, they have to work hard.
"The more clarity we can build, the more trust we'll have", said Dorsey.