The suspension of Trump's account suggests Twitter employees have access to the company's most prominent accounts.
A former senior employee told BuzzFeed News that "a lot" of employees have the ability to suspend a user's account and that fewer, in the hundreds, can deactivate one. The former employee described the system like a dashboard, meaning employees might not need engineering skills to suspend or deactivate an account.
"It's one click if you have the rights to access the tool," the person said.
The source noted that Twitter was aware that its suspension permissions could be abused but did not change its protocol.
"There was discussion that for verified accounts or high profile ones, there'd be special protections (i.e. "2 keys") but it was never implemented," the person said.
A Twitter spokesperson told bestofgeeks News it did not have further comment on the rogue employee's actions.
we have always been intrigued by Thanksgiving – the traditions, the meal, the idea of a holiday that is simply about being thankful. For
Tesla has managed to deliver something on time, even if it ’s falling behind its projections for the Model 3 electric car: It has completed prod
Sit back, relax and watch the 30-foot wolf and 1,000-pound gorilla wreck Chicago as the 1986 arcade game comes to life. (adsbygoog
In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, I talk to many patients about how to approach the big day in a way that balances their two competing prioritie
Senators Mark Warner (Va.) and Amy Klobuchar (Minn.) created a Facebook page for a fictional political group — Americans for Disclosure Solution
he newest, most outrageous, “super extreme” idea from Lamborghini is a box. Well, metaphorically. The Italian supercar giant unveiled a