(THE REGISTER) — Twitter briefly suspended the Twitter account of Twitter cofounder and CEO Jack Dorsey today. It sparked some fears the big boss had been unceremoniously booted out of the troubled biz or had fallen foul of his own anti-abuse complaints system. But it was probably a bug or something mundane like that.
Twits surfing over to his @jack Twitter profile around 6pm Pacific Time today were unexpectedly dumped at the usual "account suspended" page. Dorsey had 3.91 million followers, and had tweeted more than 20,000 times, before his own network axed him just moments ago.
Then about 15 minutes later, his account was restored, dug up from the grave and reanimated inexplicably. It remains a true modern-day mystery thriller set in Silicon Valley – the hipster 40-something startup CEO, in the shared working hack space, with the lead pipe.
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