Meta Launches Subscription Service for User Verification and Increased Security
Facebook’s parent company, Meta, has announced the launch of Meta Verified, a new subscription service aimed at increasing user authenticity and security across its platforms. The service allows users to verify their account with a government ID, obtain a blue badge, receive extra protection against impersonation accounts, and get direct access to customer support.
Meta Verified will be available at a starting price of $11.99 per month for web users and $14.99 per month for iOS users. The service will be rolled out in Australia and New Zealand this week, with plans to expand to more countries in the future.
In an announcement on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg stated that the new feature was designed to increase authenticity and security across the company’s services. With the rise of online scams and impersonation accounts, Meta Verified aims to provide an additional layer of protection for users who want to ensure their accounts are secure.
The blue badge provided by the service will also help users to identify authentic accounts, making it easier to avoid fraudulent accounts. By allowing users to verify their accounts with government IDs, Meta Verified aims to create a more trustworthy and secure environment for its users.
Meta has been focused on increasing user security and authenticity in recent years, following several high-profile data breaches and incidents of online misinformation. The launch of Meta Verified is another step towards providing users with the tools they need to stay safe and secure while using the company’s platforms.Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe us on Telegram and never miss a update!
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