Thursday, 24 November 2016

Twitter accidentally suspends CEO's account

The month of November has become a very embarrassing one for social media. Just few days after Facebook declared its CEO Mark Zuckerberg and two million others 'dead', an ‘internal mistake’ happened at Twitter and the end result was the suspension of the company’s CEO and co-founder, Jack Dorsey.

Dorsey's account disappeared for about 15 minutes on Tuesday night, US time, sending out a huge surprise and big laugh on the Internet.

Following the tweet Dorsey posted -- "just setting up my twttr ...again (account suspension was an internal mistake)," over 2,900 users retweeted this post and over 5,000 netizens left a Like mark.

Many U.S. media related this incident to Twitter's recent suspension of many accounts associated with the alt-right movement, an organization that advocates for white supremacism and white nationalism.

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