Twitter has been known for preaching free speech, but that's come to harm the company as trolls and abusers thrive across its network.
Now, in the wake of a movement for women to boycott Twitter,.. Mashable
On Monday, comedian Mallika Dua shared a post on her Facebook profile to highlight the extent of sexual harassment that women stay silent about.
She finally spoke up, using the hastag me too.
Twitter is taking a more agressive stance towards moderating its platform. We see voices being silenced on Twitter every day,” twitter CEO Dorsey wrote friday. "We’ve been working intensely over.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Actress Rose McGowan was temporarily suspended from Twitter for violating its service terms. In response, some Twitter users used the hashtag #WomenBoycottTwitter to stand in solidarity with McGowan.. Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
The popular hashtag, #WomenBoycottTwitter is taking the internet by storm today. The boycott began after actress Rose McGowan's account was locked while detailing Hollywood Producer Harvey.. Source: Wochit News -
Men, women, celebs and the non-famous alike are all switching off their twitter accounts today in solidarity of women who’ve been sexually harassed. And cuz ain’t nobody gonna silence Rose McGowan. Source: Clevver News -
Responding to high-profile #WomenBoycottTwitter protest, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said that the company was now changing its policies around how it vets content. In a series of tweets, Dorsey said.. BGR India
A day after WomenBoycottTwitter trending across the world on social media, the micro blogging site’s CEO Jack Dorsey put out a series of tweets regarding abuse and how Twitter plans on tackling it in.. DNA
Thousands of Twitter users called for a boycott of the micro-blogging site after it temporarily suspended the account of actress Rose McGowan who had tweeted about sexual assault and harassment in.. BGR India
Barely a day after actor Rose McGowans Twitter account was suspended for violating its terms and policies, actors and activists are calling on the users to boycott the microblogging site.
Twitter.. Deccan Herald