Following a lawsuit by St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa over fake tweets made in his name, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has taken to the company blog to respond to the suit and detail Twitter's future plans to combat false accounts, CNET reports. Stone reiterated that the micro-blogging company suspends, deletes, or transfers control of accounts known to be started by impersonators. Nonetheless, Stone said the company recognizes an opportunity to improve its customer service and will experiment starting this summer with a beta preview of a feature called "Verified Accounts." These accounts will feature a special seal indicating...

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