"We hold all accounts to the same rules, and consider a number of factors when assessing whether tweets violate our rules", Twitter said in a statement. Twitter said that the employee responsible was working their last day with the company, in the customer support sector. "We are conducting a full internal review".
"We are continuing to investigate and we are taking measures to prevent this from happening again", the statement pointed out very clearly.
Twitter users were swift to point out the potential security implications: "It is shocking that some random Twitter employee could shut down the president's account". Twitter customer support cannot, however, access customers' private direct messages, nor can they tweet on behalf of other users, these people said.
NBC News has reached out to the White House to clarify if any protocols surrounding the president's use of Twitter have been changed as the result of the incident.
Though the company initially said the incident was "inadvertent" and caused by "human error", details that emerged several hours later indicated it had been intentional.
A departing Twitter employee's temporary deactivation of Donald Trump's account has the technology giant facing scrutiny over how a worker was able to silence one of the world's most influential and high-profile online voices.
Joseph Lorenzo Hall, chief technologist at the nonprofit Center for Democracy and Technology, said the suspension reflected a need for Twitter to be more transparent about its ability to control accounts but also demonstrated the perils of a head of state relying on digital technology as a primary mode of communication.
There's "just a tool that naturally a small group of people for safety and abuse and hacking etc have access to that got abused by one person for eleven minutes", the former Twitter executive toldCNN.
Twitter and other tech companies have ramped up their reliance on contractors due to pressure to respond more quickly and thoroughly to content violations. "Ain't that a bind?"
"My Twitter account was taken down for 11 minutes by a rogue employee", Trump tweeted early Friday.
The statement left many question from the tech community and Washington unanswered, including how many people had access to Trump's account and what were the security protocols in dealing with accounts of influential personalities, especially those related to US national security.
Trump has tweeted 14 times (so far) since waking up Friday morning with his account fully operational.
Either way, they need collaboration from Manhattan prosecutors, who put the brakes on a 2015 investigation into Weinstein. Almost two months later, de la Huerta said Weinstein showed up in the lobby of her apartment one night.
Okafor was in line to make $6.3 million in what would be his fourth year, if the option had been picked up. Okafor says that he didn't believe he'd still be with the Sixers when the deadline for his option came up.
"We will see a little more rain returning Wednesday through Friday as a few upper-level disturbances move across Louisiana". After a mostly clear evening, clouds will increase later at night. "Then that's going to quickly fall as the sun sets".
However, Burnley chairman Garlick is hopeful that Dyche will stay with the club to add to the five years already under his belt. They should be happy with him if they get him and view his appointment with an open mind. "Another five years, hopefully".
A total of 134 models of Kidde fire extinguishers manufactured between January 1, 1973 and August 15, 2017. Sixteen of those incidents resulted in injuries, including burns and smoke inhalation, the CPSC said .
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In a joint statement, the companies said that they were "deeply troubled" by the news concerning the 58-year-old actor. Spacey has apologized for the incident which he said he doesn't recall but would have stemmed from "drunken behavior".
The two companies are already among the top ten providers of chips ranked by revenue in an industry that's consolidating rapidly. Qualcomm has a market cap of around $92 billion as of writing while Broadcom is worth almost $113 billion.
The prime minister said that due to the Congress, corruption has spread like termites, making India hollow. He said the Modi government's policies have made the life of common people very tough, with rising prices.
The Great British Bake Off judge made a huge mistake ahead of the Channel 4 show's much anticipated final on Tuesday 31 October. Faldo and all the bakers will join Jo Brand on Bake Off spin-off show An Extra Slice at 10pm on Thursday on Channel 4 .
Help getting health care
Many "navigators"-individuals and organizations that help consumers enroll in marketplace plans-are facing sharp budget cuts". The IRS has said it will start rejecting returns filed in 2018 that don't indicate whether the taxpayer had health insurance.
Modi leads tributes to Sardar Patel on birth anniversary
The birth anniversary of Sardar Patel is being celebrated across the country as "Rashtriya Ekta Diwas" (National Unity Day). Sardar Patel was bestowed with the country's highest civilian award posthumously in 1991, 41 years after his death in 1950.