Techcrunch conducted an interview with the man who allegedly deactivated president Donald Trump’s Twitter account.
Bahtiyar Duysak was fired from Twitter after deactivating the president’s beloved Twitter account in an incident that made worldwide news.
We were among those looking for the contractor, and through a string of events found out his name, Bahtiyar Duysak, and got him to agree to talk to us in a town in Germany.
Duysak, a twenty-something with Turkish roots who was born and raised in Germany, was working as a contractor for a fixed term for the last part of his stay in the U.S. under a work and study visa. In addition to his role at Twitter with Pro Unlimited, other assignments had included stints in monetization at Google and YouTube via another contractor, Vaco. Continue reading