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Twitter and Identity, Chapter Two: Verify Jack’s Parents

This is for those of you out there who played the troll and assumed my issues with identity and Twitter are just my narcissistic way of complaining that I’m not verified.

Screw you, it wasn’t about ME. It was about all of YOU, you trolls who invent new identities every day for the sole purpose of anonymous libel. 

It seems it’s not only me with issues. Jack Dorsey’s parents can’t seem to get verified either, and they’d like to be.

Despite their efforts, and the efforts of their fans, there is very little chance the Dorseys are going to get verified. Verification is a tricky issue, as it is, and the Dorseys are not the type of people that are generally verified. Here’s the way Twitter explains it:

We concentrate on highly sought users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, advertising, business, and other key interest areas. We verify business partners from time to time and individuals at high risk of impersonation.

We do not accept requests for verification from the general public. If you fall under one of the above categories and your Twitter account meets our qualifications for verification, we may reach out to you in the future.

Because you know, it’s a bad idea to disrespect your parents. But go ahead, trolls. Aim a little of your vitriol at Dorsey’s “narcissist” parents. 

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