Earlier this month, Trump's Twitter account was deactivated briefly, which made it impossible to access it or any of its contents. The suspension was short, and lasted only 11 minutes, but they were enough to inspire others and praise them. Some had speculated that the deactivation was the result of a dishonest employee, but extensive details about what happened were never given.
Shortly after the page was restored, Twitter issued a statement explaining that it had been a "human error". in the accidental deactivation of the page. It is said that human error is the result of "a Twitter employee", which raises doubts about how much power a Twitter employee has over someone's account and why they could suspend the page.
In due time it was revealed that it was a contractor, rather than an employee, who had suspended the page. However, the reasons for the actions of that person were not known, and many wondered if it had been a dishonest act, a way to leave work with a bang, so to speak. It turns out that is correct.
The contract responsible for the deactivation of the account is Bahtiyar Duysak, who at that time was working as a Twitter contractor with a work and study visa in the USA. UU In an interview with TechCrunch Duysak explains that he was working on a customer service function in a division on Twitter that receives user reports.
It was almost the end of his last turn that Duysak received a user report on Trump's account, and as a final act of some kind, he "set the wheels in motion to deactivate", without believing that it would actually happen. However, several hours later, it caused the Internet to plummet. Duysak eventually called the action a mistake, although many hailed him as a hero for what he did.