Twitter’s core job is to keep people informed, he’s held to the same rules as everyone else.
The world of social media went crazy when Twitter took down Donald Trump’s official Twitter account for 11 minutes. According to the New York Times, the person responsible was not a full-time employee but a third-party contractor. Nonetheless, this Twitter employee who was responsible for Trump’s account deactivation could have broken the law and must be responsible for his actions.
But did this shutting down of account greatly affect Twitter?
Because Trump’s tweets generate a large amount of traffic on Twitter, the deactivation of Trump’s account has also greatly affected the business of Twitter and caused a lot of damage to the company.
Despite the ruckus that happened within the premises of Twitter, it seems like a great number of netizens were happy with Trump’s sudden deactivation.
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