X (Twitter) selected the handle @premium and renamed the Twitter Blue subscription to X Premium

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Summarize this content to 100 words Company X (Twitter) selected the handle @premiumWhich belonged to not a particularly active user since 2011, and renamed the Twitter Blue subscription to X Premium.Previously, access to a verified account with privileges in the social network was called Twitter Blue, and more recently X Blue. Now this subscription has received a new name X Premium, which emphasizes its importance for users and the possibility of support from the platform administration. X Premium users now have access to tweets, replies and quotes up to 10,000 characters long, polls, edit tweets up to 5 times within 30 minutes, post long videos and upload content in 1080p resolution.Twitter users do not have legal rights to their accounts, however, according to the company’s policy, accounts can only be removed from them in the event of copyright infringement, such as attempted trademark misappropriation.Earlier, the social network took away the handle @music from enthusiast Jeremy Voight, who has maintained this account for 16 years. Instead, X offered Voight several alternative descriptors—musicfan, musicmusic, music123, or musiclover—and none of them appealed to him. The account owner believes that X may have also requisitioned these handles from other users. As a result, Voight’s account is now assigned the musicfan handle.X (Twitter) also became the owner of the handle @sports, belonged to another company since 2007.On July 25, the Twitter account on the social network changed its username to @X. The media revealed that Musk appropriated the @X Twitter account without paying its former owner, San Francisco photographer Jin Hwang, who registered it in 2007.

X (Twitter) selected the handle @premium and renamed the Twitter Blue subscription to X Premium

Company X (Twitter) selected the handle @premiumWhich belonged to not a particularly active user since 2011, and renamed the Twitter Blue subscription to X Premium.

Previously, access to a verified account with privileges in the social network was called Twitter Blue, and more recently X Blue. Now this subscription has received a new name X Premium, which emphasizes its importance for users and the possibility of support from the platform administration. X Premium users now have access to tweets, replies and quotes up to 10,000 characters long, polls, edit tweets up to 5 times within 30 minutes, post long videos and upload content in 1080p resolution.

Twitter users do not have legal rights to their accounts, however, according to the company’s policy, accounts can only be removed from them in the event of copyright infringement, such as attempted trademark misappropriation.

Earlier, the social network took away the handle @music from enthusiast Jeremy Voight, who has maintained this account for 16 years. Instead, X offered Voight several alternative descriptors—musicfan, musicmusic, music123, or musiclover—and none of them appealed to him. The account owner believes that X may have also requisitioned these handles from other users. As a result, Voight’s account is now assigned the musicfan handle.

X (Twitter) also became the owner of the handle @sports, belonged to another company since 2007.

On July 25, the Twitter account on the social network changed its username to @X. The media revealed that Musk appropriated the @X Twitter account without paying its former owner, San Francisco photographer Jin Hwang, who registered it in 2007.

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