Twitter mistakenly suspended its own CEO’s Twitter account

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Twitter suspended its CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey. That’s right, social media glitches have embarrassed two of the world’s premier social networks lately. Hot on the heels of Facebook briefly pronouncing its founder as dead, so today Dorsey the visionary behind Twitter’s inception and driving force for its development was suspended from the service he helped create for hours.

Former TechCrunch’er Drew Olanoff was among those to notice that @jack was no longer reachable:

Twitter recently dropped the hammer and suspended a number of ‘alt-right’ figures from using its service, and it appears that its own CEO was locked out for around two to three hours. Dorsey reprised his famous first tweet with a message explaining that there had been an “internal mistake”: