Twitter users, of course, responded snarkily to this temporary service disruption.
Reuters could not determine how many Twitter employees had the authority to delete accounts or tamper with them in other ways, such as by sending bogus Tweets.
A conspiracy theory or two even bloomed. "Bought and paid for by Crooked H.", Trump's tweet read.
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Then, suddenly, the account was restored. All that finally led a now unnamed Twitter employee, who was on their way out of the company anyway, to take matters into their own hands and do what no one else at the company seems to have the good sense to do. We are conducting a full internal review. Many Twitter users sent out screenshots of the temporarily nonexistent page. "I guess the word must finally be getting out-and having an impact", he tweeted.
Some have questioned whether his threatening tweets to North Korea were at odds with Twitter's terms and conditions.
Trump has credited the social platform for helping him win the White House, but some close to the president reportedly worry that his prolific and often controversial tweeting could have dire consequences.
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He said the ceasefire was meant to allow the Iraqi forces to spread unhindered in disputed areas and on worldwide borders. That meant vehicles crossing the border were subject to three checks.
The Trump administration says it was misled by attorneys for an immigrant teen in federal custody who had sought and obtained an abortion following a lawsuit.
Trump was back on Twitter after his brief and accidental time-out. The suspension lasted only several minutes, but it was enough to make the internet go insane.
When one of Trump's 41 million Twitter followers (or anyone else) went to his account, they just saw a message that said "Sorry, that page doesn't exist!" The answer, it would seem, is "very". "Similar to the 'real world, ' if you employ officers to police the community, and empower them with weapons and handcuffs, there is also the potential of bad apples abusing that power".
Qualcomm suit claims Apple breached contract, shared proprietary info with Intel
An Intel engineer was allegedly copied on the email, according to Bloomberg , which was the first to report on the lawsuit . Although Apple doesn't use Snapdragon processors in its iPhones, it's still on the hook for numerous patents Qualcomm owns.