how to temporarily deactivate my twitter account 2020.
Before you do it just make sure that it is the decision you want to take because it might turn out bad.
Below twitter explains what happens if you do it please read the information below because it is from Twitter official site and you will understand properly .
Source 1 : https://twitter.com/settings/deactivate
This will deactivate your account
You’re about to start the process of deactivating your Twitter account. Your display name, @username, and public profile will no longer be viewable on Twitter.com, Twitter for iOS, or Twitter for Android.
What else you should know
You can restore your Twitter account if it was accidentally or wrongfully deactivated for up to 30 days after deactivation.
Some account information may still be available in search engines, such as Google or Bing. Learn more
If you just want to change your @username, you don’t need to deactivate your account — edit it in your settings.
To use your current @username or email address with a different Twitter account, change them before you deactivate this account.
If you want to download your Twitter data, you’ll need to complete both the request and download process before deactivating your account. Links to download your data cannot be sent to deactivated accounts.
Source 2 : https://help.twitter.com/en/safety-and-security/remove-twitter-profile-from-google-search
It source two twitter explains about Google search visibility
below is the information from twitter
Help with Google search visibility
Keep in mind that the words you write in your Twitter profile or public Tweets may be indexed by Google and other search engines, and cause your profile or Tweets to come up in a search for those terms.
Depending on the degree to which this concerns you, you can try one or more of the steps below to prevent certain information from displaying in third party search results:
Change your name as it appears in your profile
Change your username
Protect your Tweets
Note: Third-party search engines like Google use many factors to generate search results, like the content of public Tweets and Twitter profiles, or blogs and other websites that link to Tweets or Twitter profiles. Twitter does not control search results on third party search engines.
Why are my Tweets appearing on Google after deleting or protecting them?
Public Tweets posted before you enable the setting to protect your Tweets may still be indexed in a third-party search engine. Once you have saved your account settings to protect your Tweets, the Tweets you post thereafter will be protected. If you later change your account settings to no longer protect your Tweets, Tweets that were previously protected will become public and may be indexed by third-party search engines.
Even if you delete Tweets, Google and other search engines cache search results, which means that occasionally old information is still searchable until Google and other search engines update their systems to reflect more recent information.
Any old links appearing in a Google search will lead to Twitter’s error page: “That page doesn’t exist!” The old links still appear because Google and other search engines may not have the current information updated in their search index.
How and when to send Google a request to remove information
Google will eventually index updated Twitter information, but if you’d like to request Google to do it sooner, follow these steps:
Copy the Twitter URL you’d like removed from Google’s index (for example: twitter.com/#!/[username here]/status/12345678)
Visit Google’s page to remove outdated content.
Paste in the Twitter URL that you’d like removed.
Submit your request.
Note: You may be required to log in to your Google account to complete the steps above. If you don’t have one, you may need to create one. Read more about removing your content from Google’s search index.
Source 3 : https://help.twitter.com/en/managing-your-account/accessing-your-twitter-data
You can visit the link above from Twitter official website because here we broght you information but not in full if you want to read what will happen with your data
Source 3 is also from twitter they explain what happens about your data
How to access your Twitter data
Below is some of the information from twitter .
Reviewing your Twitter data can give you insights into the type of information stored for your account. It provides an easy way for you to view details about your account, and to make changes as you see fit.
What type of information is available to me?
Your Twitter data provides you with a snapshot of your Twitter information, including the following:
Account: If you are logged in to your Twitter account, you will see information such as your username, email addresses or phone numbers associated with your account, and your account creation details.